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  • Teaching the Constitution

    It is about time someone taught the Constitution to the professors, lawyers and journalists. In responding to President Bush's recent assertion of presidential control over U.S. attorneys, both a conservative newspaper editor and a progressive professor used the exact same word, "astonishing," to express disbelief that a president could do such a thing.


  • Chief justice released day after seizure

    Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. walked out of a hospital in Maine yesterday, released a day after he suffered a seizure. The White House said he told President Bush he was doing fine.


  • Chief Justice Roberts suffers seizure in Maine

    Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. suffered a seizure at his summer home in Maine yesterday, causing a fall that resulted in minor scrapes, Supreme Court spokeswoman Kathy Arber said.


  • Chief Justice Roberts suffers seizure in Maine

    Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. suffered a seizure at his summer home in Maine yesterday, causing a fall that resulted in minor scrapes, Supreme Court spokeswoman Kathy Arber said.


  • Judge to rule on legality of abusive driver fees

    RICHMOND — The first court ruling on whether harsh new fees Virginia imposes on its worst drivers are constitutional is due from a Henrico County judge within a week.


  • Judge to rule on legality of abusive driver fees

    RICHMOND — The first court ruling on whether harsh new fees Virginia imposes on its worst drivers are constitutional is due from a Henrico County judge within a week.


  • Assault on Second Amendment

    A useful illustration of how American freedom could fade away can be seen in a contrast between the city government of Newton, Mass., in 1775, and the city government of Washington, D.C., in 2007.


  • Assault on Second Amendment

    A useful illustration of how American freedom could fade away can be seen in a contrast between the city government of Newton, Mass., in 1775, and the city government of Washington, D.C., in 2007.


  • Inside Politics

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