On the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court, after his oral argument in Morse v. Frederick, Dean Kenneth W. Starr has an epiphany. He realizes why he decided to take on this case, pro bono.
It’s because his client, petitioner Deborah Morse — a curvaceous, dark-haired beauty — reminded him of a young woman he once loved, many years ago…
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This morning we posted the first half of our photographs from our recent trip to the Supreme Court. The rest of the pictures appear after the jump.


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This is pretty clever. But don’t expect to change Scalia’s mind.
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Oh, the irony — getting ticketed for exercising your free speech rights over a case about free speech.
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“Are you trying to seduce me, Katherine Harris?
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Apparently he didn’t go to U. Chicago for law school.
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Student protestors bring the mainstream media to their knees.
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“I thought we were to discuss a referral which we believe contains substantial and credible information of potential impeachable offenses by the President of the United States….”
Earlier: Bong Hits 4 ATL: A Photo Essay (Part 1)


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