SCOTUS reports the gap in their ethics rules that allowed Clarence Thomas and others to not report certain gifts has been self-resolved. If Congress isn’t prepared to police its own ethics, why should we allow them to create a judicial code of conduct? #SCOTUS #Congress #Ethics #BusinessLaw101 #Podcast #Video #Business #Education #College #Student #Law #BusinessLaw https://youtu.be/ankhNf7s7X0
Thanks for joining me for this episode! I’m a Houston- based attorney, run an HR Consulting company called Claremont Management Group, and am a tenured professor at the University of St. Thomas. I’ve also written several non-fiction political commentary books: Bad Deal for America (2022) explores the Vegas-style corruption running rampant in Washington DC, while The Decline of America: 100 Years of Leadership Failures (2018) analyzes – and grades – the leadership qualities of the past 100 years of U.S. presidents. You can find my books on Amazon, and me on social media (Twitter @DSchein1, LinkedIn @DavidSchein, and Facebook, Instagram, & YouTube @AuthorDavidSchein). I’d love to hear from you!
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