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U.S. Supreme Court

Alito and Roberts are the most pro-businesses justices since 1946, study finds

May 7, 2013, 11:05 am CDT


That Comcast decision really was shockingly bad, even for Scalia. Read the dissent.

By A new nadir on 2013 05 07, 1:39 pm CDT

I'd argue many of these cases aren't really pro-business; they're pro big existing businesses, oftentimes at the expense of smaller start-up's who might build more economically efficient competitors. If many of these companies had their way we'd Amazon wouldn't exist, we'd be watching three channels of broadcast TV, driving cars designed to fail in 3-5 years, and Internet use would be metered and prohibitively expensive.

By Michael on 2013 05 07, 2:58 pm CDT

These wise men know what's best for you. They are reaching reasonable decisions that are without political ideology whatsoever. If you disagree with them, you should think about your life and how dangerous your subversive ideas are to our proud nation.

By The Morningstar on 2013 05 07, 6:17 pm CDT

@3 You were doing fine until you got to your third sentence.

Get behind me, Andy!

By Yankee on 2013 05 07, 10:22 pm CDT

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