Kagan's Harvard Policy Was Vapid and Hollow

By Debra Saunders - July 4, 2010

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Elena Kagan famously wrote that Senate judicial confirmation hearings were "a vapid and hollow charade" in 1995. Of course, as a nominee for the U.S. Supreme Court, she gains nothing by being blunt, so who can blame her for taking the cagey route? Not I. But I can comment on how perfectly the term "vapid and hollow charade" fits the Harvard Law School policy -- barring military recruiters from...

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