Mis-Rule of Law

Injury piles on insult, when the rule of law jumps to conclusions in forcing facts to fit a legal theory.  Take the rights of individual citizens in a representative democracy.  Start with Freedom of Speech.  Then force the facts to monetize it.  Spending power moves up the ladder, on a slippery slope, from a benign […]

Bingo in the Boardroom

Go down the S&P 500 list and ask any CEO, where is the Magna Carta in their corporate charters for “the freedom of speech that was the right of Englishmen”?  (Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, Supreme Court of the United States, 129 S. Ct. 2893 on June 29, 2009)  Corporate governance is no more […]