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Inventory of Selected Liu Posts



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In anticipation of this Friday’s scheduled hearing on the controversial nomination of Berkeley law professor Goodwin Liu, here’s an inventory of selected posts of mine on Liu.  I list the items in chronological order.  My NRO essay of March 24—“Unsound and Unfit:  President Obama’s worst judicial nominee … so far”—takes into account, and attempts to weave together, the material in the posts before the line break. I’ve put an asterisk next to those posts that I’d particularly recommend for those interested in understanding what is at issue.

Ninth Circuit Nominee Goodwin Liu

The ABA and Ninth Circuit Nominee Goodwin Liu

Re: The ABA and Ninth Circuit Nominee Goodwin Liu

*Ninth Circuit Nominee Goodwin Liu on Constitutional Welfare Rights—Part 1

*Goodwin Liu on Constitutional Welfare Rights—Part 2

*Goodwin Liu on a Federal Constitutional Right to Same-Sex Marriage

Goodwin Liu on the Death Penalty

*Goodwin Liu’s Keeping Faith with the Constitution—Part 1

*Goodwin Liu’s Keeping Faith with the Constitution—Part 2

*Goodwin Liu’s Cheap Attack on the Roberts Nomination

Mistaken Defenses of Goodwin Liu

Goodwin Liu: Too Left-Wing for Rahm Emanuel

*Goodwin Liu on School Choice in Support of Racial Quotas

*Goodwin Liu on Racial Quotas Forever

Re: Goodwin Liu on Racial Quotas Forever

Goodwin Liu’s Ambition Exceeds Even His Inexperience

*Goodwin Liu on Reparations for Slavery

*Confused Amar/Starr Letter in Support of Goodwin Liu

NY Times on Goodwin Liu

*Yet Another Striking Omission by Goodwin Liu—Part 1

*Yet Another Striking Omission by Goodwin Liu—Part 2

Investigation First, Hearing Later

Defense of Goodwin Liu on Reparations Is a Joke

Democratic Senator Ben Cardin to Oppose Goodwin Liu

Stuart Taylor on Goodwin Liu

Re: Investigation First, Hearing Later

Yet More Liu Omissions

Committee Republicans Condemn Liu’s “Extraordinary Disregard”

*Why Goodwin Liu’s Omissions Matter

Still More Liu Omissions

Re: Why Goodwin Liu’s Omissions Matter

Hilarious Defense of Liu


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