"When you have seen a system that has gone from a few hundred thousand cases to 1.5 million last year most of that increase during the fat years of the Clinton administration you must conclude something is not right," said Edith H. Jones, a federal appellate court judge in Houston who served on a blue-ribbon panel to review bankruptcy law in the 1990s and is widely believed to be seen as on President Bush's short list for a position on the Supreme Court.
Terry disappears, not after getting his brand back. And Jesse Jackson? He'll render unto Murdoch what is Murdoch's. It would take a court order to get the microphone removed from his face.