SCOTUS Takes On Our Clogged Toilet Government

Posted: January 8, 2017 by Nazim in Uncategorized

When history looks back on the case of NLRB v. SW General, Inc., it will serve as a weird time capsule for our current government, featuring bipartisan passive aggressiveness, poor statutory construction, and Congress doing nothing.  Brett and Nazim untangle this mess while also covering the failed lawsuit to appoint Merrick Garland and the potential undoing of the filibuster.   Law starts at (04:45).

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  1. […] Given the above, recognizing that taxpayers already foot most of the health care bill and changing things simply so that the money is spent more efficiently would not only alleviateĀ one of the biggest concerns for Americans, it would also probably galvanize the economy and productivity in a big way. Fiscally speaking, it seems like a no-brainer, and it appears that Congress is only against it because there are very wealthy donors that profit under the current scheme. Sorry, I’m contractually required by Brett to go there. […]

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