Friday, January 19, 2007
Last year, the Bush Administration finally put the Akaka Bill in its well-deserved grave by announcing the President's opposition. But in Washington, nothing ever stays dead ....
Peter Kirsanow reports on National Review Online that Senator Akaka has now re-introduced the bill. Calling it "[t]he worst piece of legislation ever analyzed by the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights," Commissioner Kirsanow obviously isn't pleased. Neither should anyone be. Let's hope that Bush maintains his resolve.