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It Is Time for the United States Courts to Either Put Up Or Shut Up!


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The United States Courts on September 23, 2022, tweeted “The Judicial Conference of the United States has provided a century of service to the judiciary and to the public by setting policy and overseeing administrative needs.”  Along with this sound good tweet it posted a self-serving article boasting about how great of a judicial agency that it is such as stating that “one of the greatest values of the Conference is that it brings judges together from across the country, with a shared goal of improving the delivery of justice.”  https://www.uscourts.gov/news/2022/09/23/judicial-conference-century-service-federal-judiciary?utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter&utm_campaign=usc-news.  And then there is a quote from Roslynn R. Mauskopf, director of the Administration of the United States Courts stating “The independence of our courts is a hallmark of the federal judiciary.” and that “We are a nationwide court system, sharing common challenges and common goals.  The work of the Conference and its committees unify us in the administration of justice, and brings a real dimension of camaraderie and collegiality to the Branch as a whole.”  My my, the kumbaya is enough to bring tears to one’s eyes.

Hey Dick Durbin and Members of the Senate Judiciary Committee, Where Are you Hiding?


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The old saying “money talks” is no more true anywhere than it is in the federal judiciary when it comes to cases involving corporations or business entities against individuals, the judiciary overwhelmingly sides in favor of business, where case fixing is not the exception, but the rule.  When it is corporate money that is doing the talking, the federal judges are indeed listening.  https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/posteverything/wp/2017/06/26/why-big-business-keeps-winning-at-the-supreme-court/https://reason.com/volokh/2021/03/09/testifying-on-whats-wrong-with-the-supreme-court-the-big-money-assault-on-our-judiciary/.  The late-great Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg tried to tell us something when she said that business clients “can pay for the best counsel money can buy” and indeed they very often get what they pay for.  https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2018/07/big-business-keeps-winning-at-the-supreme-court/564260/.

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