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I think the state should have a greater interest in segregating and perhaps incarcerating the monumentally stupid.
In my opinion, sharing and not segregating is usually the safest urban option when dealing with multiple cross intersections. alexjonlin
Congress’s actions in segregating the DC schools may be historically relevant, but it doesn’t have to be constitutionally relevant to a textualist, since the Supreme Court is charged with interpreting the actual constitution, not drawing historical conclusions based on extra-constitutional facts.
Importantly, while opponents of the bill's provision make much ado about the idea of segregating funds, it's hardly a new concept: the 17 states that currently cover abortion in their Medicaid programs already do it by only paying for those services with state dollars, which are kept separate from federal funds.
I think what's happened here is that Bainbridge was so keen on the idea of segregating his business law writing from his other writing — on "wine & food" and "punditry" — that he unwittingly drained it of all personality.
Archive 2007-10-01 Ann Althouse 2007
I'm ultimately against the idea of segregating our society any more than it's already segregated.
They aren't really practical since the idea of segregating your different kinds of work into different desktops is impossible if you have even modestly complex kinds of work involving more than one application.
Musings from Mars » Articles llscotts 2010
Forty-six suspects who are being held in custody were taken to the courtroom on Thursday, and the trial proceeded with no problems during the second hearing, but the idea of segregating the suspects in the face of the court-hall's practical realities has been criticized by jurists and legal associations on the basis that such a division could damage the judicial process and the right to a fair trial.
Moreover, if our genuine goal were to reduce sexual assaults in hospitals, we would implement meaningful measures to prevent patients from wandering into each other's rooms, such as segregating patients by floors, or having all doors monitored.
"I am deeply troubled to learn that the Defense Department has not taken simple steps, such as segregating plastics, to ensure that our troops are not exposed to harmful emissions," Feingold said in a statement.