“We trust AT&T will not take the decision personally.”—Possibly one of the funniest lines in a SCOTUS opinion ever. AT&T tried to refute a FOIA request by claiming that corporations are sometimes considered people, and as such have a right to privacy in sone circumstances. In an 8-0 opinion against AT&T (Kagan recused), SCOTUS delivered a complete smackdown of this argument, and ended it with this line. Nicely done, Roberts.
“And, of course, stories that aggregate falsehoods to support an administration’s efforts to take the country into a disastrous, decade-long war based on lies will always remain free.”—Nicely done, HuffPo.