A.P. Herbert, in his "Misleading cases" had great fun interpreting legal
terms, so that a cow had to be accepted by a bank as a cheque (check for
the US) and a snail was a "wild and savage beast" - in the same category
as a lion.
Murray Hill, a candidate for the US Congress, is a Silver Spring public relations firm running on a platform of corporate civil rights. For those who don't follow U.S. politics, the US Supreme Court recently ruled that corporate funding for political campaign broadcasts cannot be limited because of the US Constitution's guarantee of free speech. When the decision was announced, many commentators immediately pointed out the far-reaching implications of this ruling. Clearly, Murray Hill considers the right to run for public office to be a natural next ste
states: "...thanks to an enlightened Supreme Court, corporations now have all the rights the founding fathers meant for us. It was their dream to build the best democracy money can buy."