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Good comment on the Supreme Court's recent return to Lochner:
"Welcome to the doctrine of sovereign corporate immunity.
"Despite the fact that corporations are not mentioned in the Constitution and Madison warns us of organized economic interests throughout the Federalist Papers, the 'originalists' have gone out of their way not only to invent full citizenship for corporations, but also to transform them into citizens whose liberty is without peer and whose actions are above redress."
Here's a "get out of T-Mobile free" card if you want it. I just received this text and, regardless of what the front-line phone reps might tell you, this is definitely a basis to cancel your contract without a fee:
Free T-Mobile Msg: Important Notice. On 4/5 data services will be limited when roaming off the T-Mobile network. Details at http://www.t-mobile.com/legal
First time in 4.5 years, I enjoy a great reception with T-Mobile. Reason: the tower is 0.25 mile (less if I were a crow) from our place, right at the rim of the forest, with no obstruction whatsoever. In addition, a fiber optic tower will be erected at the same spot in a very near future (saw the workmen measuring the ground the other day.) Soon, I will probably only need to walk up to the towers to call everyone in the world without turning on the cell.