"The Great One," Mark Levin, who is already a regular contributor to National Review Online's Bench Memos and The Corner, now has his own blog at the NRO website: And Another Thing...
Levin's blog just started today. Needless to say, it will be "must" reading.
Wednesday Update: This morning's post presents Levin's thoughts on the Alito hearings with his typical clarity:
"The liberal senators on the Senate Judiciary Committee look frustrated and sound incoherent because, well, they are. Their problem is that when you don't have fidelity to the written Constitution, your judicial philosophy, such as it is, consists of nothing more than strained and often contradictory arguments made for the purpose of advancing a political and policy agenda. Hence, we hear Dianne Feinstein demand from Alito adherence to judicial precedent respecting Roe v. Wade (Arlen Specter refers to is as super-precedent), and in the next breath acceptance of something called a living and breathing Constitution."