October 25, 2013
Ken Starr on Process of Surpeme Court2013-10-25T10:59:23-04:00https://images.c-span.org/Files/fe3/20131025110005002_hd.jpgWhile talking about the process and tradition of the Supreme Court, former Solicitor General Kenneth Starr refers to Ted Cruz recent reading of Green Eggs and Ham.
While talking about the process and tradition of the Supreme Court, former Solicitor General Kenneth Starr refers to Ted Cruz recent reading of Green Eggs and Ham.
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