In Iran, one man exercises complete control for his lifetime. In the US, it’s now six people

Political gridlock across the US federal government has made the country’s supreme court uniquely powerful. That it currently has an overrepresentation of conservative opinions – appointed by Republican presidents; in fact, three by Donald Trump – and that these judges are unfettered by tenure considerations, means the US cannot, for many decades, remake its highest … Continue reading In Iran, one man exercises complete control for his lifetime. In the US, it’s now six people