This Week: The Current Events Edition, in Which Your Editor Collects Posts about the Pope and Terry Schiavo, Plus Some Miscellaneous Entries for Good Measure
First, The Pope . . .
Pray for the Church It's the "end of a remarkable era" for the Church--what's next? [divine angst]
Relief that the Pope's at Peace Thoughts on the Pope's final struggles. [mellow-drama]
What the Pope Has Done for Some John Paul II as a human-rights leader. [TreeHugaBug]
Next, the Schiavo Case . . .
Keep Up the Good Work, Tom Some thoughts on Tom DeLay's comments that the federal judges involved in the Schiavo case will have to "answer for their behavior." [LawLush] (see also Ambivalent Imbroglio)
Public Enemy Number One More about Tom DeLay. [Preaching to the Perverted]
Judges as Terrorists A cartoon about the Schiavo case makes a law student want a drink. [Legal Ease]
The Path to Disaster What's wrong with judge-bashing? [Mackenzie's Weblog]
Fair-Weather Federalists, Look Out Will Baude will find you, wherever you lurk. [Crescat Sentantia]
Will Terry Schiavo Finally Have Peace? On the hypocrisy of our elected officials. [Didactic Discursive Diatribe]
Losing Credibility in the Eyes of the Courts Did Schiavo's parents try too hard? [The Unreasonable Man]
And Finally, Some Miscellaneous Entries . . .
Do You Know What's Happening in Darfur? Genocide. Again. [Half-Cocked]
Get a Snazzy SLR and Other People Get Presumptuous Photos of famous people. [Falconred]
Would You Take Your Girlfriend to See Swingers and Fight Club? Everything you wanted to know about chick flicks. [Death in the Afternoon]
Why Didn't She Read the Blog Accounts? The author of The New Yorker's recent profile on Justice Scalia gets the facts wrong. [Glorfindel of Gondolin]
Traveling Never Gets Old Ten things one traveler learned while in Hawaii on Spring Break. [Obsessive Law Student]