I am one of the noticeable ones. At least on J.A.I.L.
Eyes on Justice, a watchdog group that seeks to protect the judiciary as an equal part of our three-ring goverment linked to both of us in an article about JAIL-4-Judges possibly coming apart at the seams:
JAIL 4 Judges Movement Coming Apart at the Seams?
An initiative certified for the November ballot in South Dakota has attracted considerable attention for its proposals to hold judges “accountable” by stripping judicial immunity. The movement was hatched far away – the amendment’s author, Ronald Branson, has attempted to get a similar measure on the California initiative ballot but found the signature threshold too high. On March 14, Justice at Stake published an op-ed in the online magazine Slate.com that detailed the history and aims of the movement.
Since then, South Dakota “J.A.I.L.ers” have renounced their ties with Branson and the national J.A.I.L. 4 Judges movement, stripped virtually every reference to him from their website, and swapped him for a new strategist from California. But in their “Dear Ron” letter, the South Dakotans reassured Branson that the divorce would be cosmetic: “we hope to see you and Barbie [Branson’s wife] next November for our victory celebration on the steps of the South Dakota Capitol building.” Two blogs – one conservative, one liberal – provide some of the most interesting and entertaining commentary and updates on the state of the “JAIL 4 Judges” movement in South Dakota.More on the twisting of judicial accountability.
I'm the conservative blog mentioned, and a progressive on the prairie is the liberal one.
We might have divergent views on many things in politics, but I'm sure there's two things we do agree on. An ice cold beer is a good thing. And the South Dakota Judicial Accountability measure is bad.