With the confirmation hearing done, it is interesting to see how the discussion has shifted into some factual and some "speculative" terms.
New items and faded topics
"judgepedia" - a wiki on judges - kept its place. It is also joined by the term "nlj" which refers to "National Law Journal"
Foxnews has completely dropped off from the top 20 rankings after being highly ranked for most weeks. Interesting to see Washingtonpost.com making a come back - I wonder if it is a reflection that now the denizens inside the Washington DC Beltway are doing most of the chattering. As for wsj.com's come back, do you have any thoughts?
Also interesting is to see the term "unanimous" in the top 20 which does seem to reflect the mainstream media's consensus on her confirmation.
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Results (top 20 terms ranked in the order of relevance with the most relevant on top)