I'm reluctant to criticize any organization that has done and continues to do as much for the important protection of women's reproductive rights as NARAL does, but I think this ad is unfairNARAL's anti-Roberts ad called 'unfair' Aug 11, 2005
There's nothing in the argument or the briefs that Judge Roberts presented to the Supreme Court on behalf of the United States that could remotely be characterized as excusing violence. That's just not fairNARAL's anti-Roberts ad called 'unfair' Aug 11, 2005
Martha Stewart has agreed to an extension of the terms of her home confinement until Aug. 31Martha Stewart to remain on tether longer Aug 04, 2005
Because she is so positive and resilient, she's making the most out of itMartha microwaves chow in the klink Oct 22, 2004
I do think that judicial supremacy will be the defining theme of the Rehnquist courtExperts spar over Court's federalism Jul 10, 2002
Walter Estes Dellinger, III (born May 15,1941 in Charlotte, North Carolina) is the Douglas B. Maggs Professor of Law at Duke University and head of the appellate practice at O’Melveny & Myers in Washington, D.C. He also currently leads Harvard Law School's Supreme Court and Appellate Litigation Clinic. He served as the acting United States Solicitor General for the 1996-1997 Term of the Supreme Court. Prior to his appointment as acting Solicitor General, Dellinger was an Assistant Attorney General and head of the Office of Legal Counsel under President Bill Clinton. He has also appeared as a commentator on This Week, the ABC News Sunday morning program hosted by George Stephanopoulos. Dellinger is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Yale Law School.
He is the father of lawyer and political candidate Hampton Dellinger.
On March 18, 2008, he unsuccessfully represented the District of Columbia before the United States Supreme Court in District of Columbia v. Heller. The District argued that its Firearms Control Regulations Act of 1975 should not be restricted by the Second Amendment. The ban was overturned by the Supreme Court.