How refreshing: Rather than simply bash Miers for what we don't know about her, Beldar has actually done some research on the published court decisions for cases in which Miers served as counsel. Beldar's introduction to his work playfuolly notes:
Critics of SCOTUS nominee Harriet Miers make much of the fact that she hasn't argued a case in the United States Supreme Court. And in fact, they've been pretty harsh, some of them, in characterizing her record as a practicing lawyer.
What's up with that? Anything to it? Well, heck, let's find out — shall we? Ever since Al Gore invented the internet, we've been living in the Information Age, so let's get some information!
A search on Ms. Miers' name, run in a Westlaw database containing both state and federal court reported decisions from Texas, pulls up 19 separate cases dating back to 1974 in which she's appeared among counsel of record.
Read the whole thing. You'll immediately know a lot more about Miers than Charles Krauthammer does.