How Appealing brings to our attention what he calls "a most remarkable development" regarding the Michigan affirmative action case. You can follow his links and also go this Detroit News story on the matter:
"Apparently, A 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals judge has found evidence of judicial misconduct that could have helped ensure the University of Michigans lower court victory in a lawsuit against its admissions policies.
In a rare acknowledgement that a court did not follow its own rules, acting chief judge Alice M. Batchelder said the way the chief judge assigned the case and other irregular procedures raise an inference that misconduct has occurred, according to a May 28 order from the court."
And there is even more coverage on it from How Appealing that is well worth your time. This is extraordinary and dramatic. Ill try to stay on top of it.