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These are companies that even a top cheerleader for the corporate class can’t bring itself to defend.
“It was, bar none, the worst legislative process I’ve ever been through,” Rep. Rick Glazier told the U.S. District Court.
Hundreds of Israelis visit the family of a murdered Palestinian boy in Jerusalem that has been torn by rage.
The facts may turn against Republicans, but their political calculation doesn't change.
He's the most pro-corporate jurist on the Supreme Court. So decisions that grant companies religious rights or take aim at labor unions come quite naturally to him.