|By now everyone knows the new Supreme Court tilts to the right. What's less known is the court's newly expanded function as an institution of corporate power. Since Bush's appointments, the court has begun hearing far more business cases and, in case after case, has 'pushed the law in a direction favored by business,' as the Wall Street Journal reports.
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Lifelong reader, sometime writer with eclectic tastes and libertarian leanings. Don't hold my semi-notorious Berkeley history against me, I settled down so completely after 40 that I can barely recall my loosy-goosy self. But it sure beats going to (more...