The New Yorker: Clarence Thomas’ 25 Years Without Footprints

Jeffrey Toobin of the New Yorker wrote an interesting opinion piece regarding Clarence Thomas and the 25 year anniversary of his confirmation to the Supreme Court. Here is a snippet: “Conservatives like Thomas have dominated the Court throughout his tenure, and he has been in the majority in all of their victories. That raises a question:… Continue reading The New Yorker: Clarence Thomas’ 25 Years Without Footprints

Supreme Court Invalidates Puerto Rico’s Local Law for Municipal Debt Adjustment

“The Supreme Court on Monday refused to revive a Puerto Rico debt-restructuring law, putting the U.S. territory at risk of a messy default unless Congress this month passes legislation to help the Caribbean island survive its crippling fiscal crisis.” http://finance.yahoo.com/news/top-court-rejects-puerto-ricos-150942735.html