It's Time To Televise The Supreme Court

This topic comes up once in a while, but I think it's good to get out there again because it's all about transparency. Why won't the Supreme Court allow cameras into the process? I know being on TV could affect some of the court, but if they are so solid in their understanding of the law then why should it matter? We need to be able to see how they conduct themselves and how major decisions are handed down.

Arlen Specter says he will push for cameras in the high court. I think that's a great idea even though Joe Sestak looks to be a solid challenger for his seat and is for the public option also.

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