Tuesday, October 6, 2015
Supreme Court attacks free enterprise
The U. S. Supreme Court has banned the use of hired people in waiting lines to see court sessions. Now lawyers wishing to observe the proceedings have to wait in line themselves, often for hours. This deprives them of billable hours for clients and forces them to endure the vagaries of Washington weather. It denies penurious students and interns vitally needed income. Have the Justices no shame? Is Uber next? Don't they recognize the dignity of the legal profession? Well, at least the Court still bans video cameras.