Silly Unanswered Question Of The Week.

As what has been described as one of the most crucial cases before the Supreme Court in the history of the country is taking place (The Affordable Care Act), can anyone tell us why a live video and audio feed of this should not be broadcast to the entire country?

It is not as if the arguments are going to be held in private. Instead, the Supreme Court does not allow people – regular people – to actually see what happens in a case.

In this day and age, that is ridiculous.

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