In keeping with today’s Supreme Court Theme (even though the first argument was canceled and Mason’s trip to the Court was postponed), I’ve found a movie about the Supreme Court.
Fire up your Netflix Queues. In 1981, Walter Mathau starred in a movie called “First Monday in October.”
For the first time in history a woman is appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court, where she becomes a friendly rival to a liberal associate.
Perhaps one of the funniest quote explains my objection that the Justice’s group portraits are always so awkward:
But why does the Movie Poster have a Picture of the Capitol. They are facing the wrong side of First Street!
H/T WSJ and Adam A. for Pointer