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A conservative federal judge takes an overheated slap at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

There’s nothing inherently wrong with judges expressing themselves passionately or colorfully, and nothing inherently partisan when they do so, on one side or another. The Supreme Court in the 1930s was famous for the impassioned byplay among its members, as when conservative Justice William McReynolds...
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