William Saunders of AUL wrote on the Kagan nomination today at Human Events:
Act Two is set to begin. As the Senate returns for business this week after the recess, the brewing storm over Kagan’s partial-birth abortion scandal is certain to intensify. But this storm, some may be surprised to find, will not necessarily be a partisan one.
Kagan’s apparent alteration of science raises serious ethical questions for both Republicans and Democrats. With so many outstanding questions about a political activist and advocate poised to sit on the highest court in the land, how could the Senate possibly vote on Kagan’s nomination without further inquiry?
A magician’s trick cannot withstand close scrutiny, and Americans are beginning to see the real Elena Kagan.
Be sure to read the whole column.