The Future Of The Supreme Court

The New York Times recently wrote an article about the current situation with the vacancy in the Supreme Court. Since the death of Justice Antonin Scalia, the Senate and the rest of the country has been discussing the Supreme Court nomination. Many republicans do not want President Obama to be able to make the nomination. They are hoping that a republican President wins the election and nominates a very conservative judge and the Senate, with its republican majority, can easily usher them through. However, according to the polls, a republican president seems unlikely. In addition, the democrats are poised to take back the majority in the senate once again. This would, in turn, leave room for the opposite of what the republicans want.

Whoever ends up making the nomination will have a big decision on their hands. Scalia is credited with many of the pro-business Supreme Court Rulings since President Reagan was in office. There have been several decades with a 5 to 4 pro-business majority. Now with the fifth vote up in the air, some big businesses are being forced to settle. Dow Chemical ended up paying an 835 million dollar settlement because an appeal from a lower court loss would only end up being a loss in the Supreme Court with a 4 to 4 tie decision. The 4 judges, Alito, Roberts, Thomas and Kennedy are in the top 10 friendliest justices to business that the Supreme Court has seen since World War II. A republic would want to appoint another justice that is friendly to business. The democrats would want a justice who has similar views to Justice Sotomayor, the justice who is least friendly to business.

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Marcio Alaor Of BMG

During the 33rd Agricultural Exhibition of Santo Antonio do Monte, known as Expose Samonte, opened the Food Court Marcio Alaor de Araújo in honor of the executive of the same name, the renowned bank BMG, private financial institution with more than 85 years of experience in the domestic market.

The award emphasizes the services of Marcio Alaor to his hometown, professional growth achieved through hard work, and the ever-present support of city residents, who instigated the study and achieve their professional and personal goals, but without losing its roots, its origins.

Wilmar Father, doctor and his former friend, was largely responsible for realizing on Marcio Alaor all the potential she had to become a great man. When Marcio was still shine, Dr. Wilmar sent every week clean shoes for him shine. She said the boy needed to make money, but that work was essential to achieve what he wanted. So he did. Shoe shine to one of the BMG bank executives, Marcio Alaor followed the teachings of Dr. Wilmar and always sought to study, grow, learn, breaking the world. He is now vice president of Banco BMG, one of the largest financial institutions in Brazil, consolidating its position as one of the greatest Brazilian businessmen in the economic sector. Even after his upward mobility, has never ceased to look back and appreciate their origins, their countrymen and dear Santo Antonio do Monte, particularly in encouraging the fostering of rural growth. The event that marked the tribute in Expose Samonte was full of emotion.

According to him vice-president of Banco BMG, the delivery of the board featuring the gratitude of his countrymen, symbolizes the representation of friendship and affection that your city has with you and its history, emphasizing the gratitude and the roots of his beloved land.

Took the opportunity to strengthen their support to the city, to rural economic growth and the activities that generate social and economic progress. In an interview with Journal town of Santo Antonio do Monte, Marcio emphasizes the importance of valuing the friendships and keep in touch with all friends of the city, putting people ahead of the financial side. His great executive position of a financial institution was possible thanks to the encouragement of those who loved him, friendship of friends and passion for his homeland. According to him, be honored in life is a great honor, since they are usually people only valued for his services after death.

A fitting tribute and applauded by all present! Concluding his speech, Marcio Alaor, the BMG bank, emphasized his belief in the city’s potential and willingness to always be present in matters of public interest of his countrymen, looking at the potential of city ​​and talents.