Back on September 27, I posted about a ludicrous court case in which a judge actually ruled that Americans have no fundamental right to decide what they eat and drink.
At the time, I knew it was part of a power play. I just didn't know whose power play it was. Now we know, because it's given us our latest example of corruption and incompetence paying off:
The judge in that abomination of a case, Patrick Fiedler, has gotten himself a partnership at Axley Brynelson, LLP, a law firm who defended mega-giant food adulterator, Monsanto in a big patent action recently.
One thing that a couple of decades in the law taught me--working for a big law firm pays a whole lot better than being a state court judge. It has to. It has to pay for your soul.