"Earlier this year, there were articles about how corrupt the Supreme Court is. This via Bill Moyers.
Cant we just say the Roberts Court is Corrupt?
From that article...
"The Roberts court, or five of its nine members,…"
"In Jim Huber's parody of a tract, the author and illustrator of many fundamentalist tracts dies, and ends up in front of God's throne. The meeting doesn't go as well as he expects:
"How dare you presume to speak for Me! I have…"
"From the abstract of Prof. Larsen's paper, "The Trouble with Amicus Facts":
"Supreme Court decisions quite often turn on generalized facts about the way the world works (Do violent video games harm children? Is a partial birth…"
"I remember actually playing the typewriter part of Leroy Anderson's "The Typewriter" in the high school orchestra!
(The piece uses a separate bell to mark the end of each "line" in time with the musical phrase.)