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Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Are you a card-carrying member of The Advocates for Human Rights?

Are you now or have you ever been a member of the ... Minnesota Advocates for Human Rights (a/k/a The Advocates for Human Rights)? The Immigrant Law Center of Minnesota? The Minnesota Center for Environmental Advocacy? The Minnesota Justice Foundation?*

Well then, to paraphrase Jeff Foxworthy, you might just be a liberal -- at least under the into-the-rabbit-hole logic apparently in play at the Department of Justice during the tenure of Alberto Gonzales. The Minnesota Independent (formerly known as the Minnesota Monitor) reports today that affiliation with one of those those prominent local legal organizations could get a qualified candidate deselected for the Attorney General’s Honors Program and the Summer Law Intern Program.

*Also worthy of note: "The Innocence Project" merited a listing, which presumably includes the Innocence Project of Minnesota.

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