Good One!


Since he’s going behind the subscriber-only firewall tomorrow, let’s have a last-minute David Brooks appreciation for this parody of Jeff Sessions today: “This may be a good moment to remind my colleagues on the other side of the aisle that in this country unelected judges don’t write the laws. We have unelected lobbyists to do that.” Rest of the piece drones on, but that’s quality stuff.

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