Presently, the domestic refining industry is struggling with challenges such as regulated domestic retail prices, sluggish exports markets, changing feedstock supplies (rising supplies of sourer
and heavier crude) and stringent fuel mandates.
M]y reasons for joining the Court's judgment in this case are essentially the same as those expressed by Justice Sourer
, with one caveat.
Only three justices dissented: Sourer
, Ginsburg and Breyer.
, Ginsburg, Stevens and Breyer are usually labeled liberal.
On the other hand, he notes that "Justice Sourer
amply demonstrates that the rule against teaching hatred of groups is fuzzy enough at the edges, so that it might be understood to cover teaching of various ideas that are embraced by many religious groups" (p.
concurring) (Justice Sourer
suggested that First Amendment rights might apply, but chose not to "decide whether protection of speech could require acceptance of some risk raised by [the] spectators' buttons" at issue in the case).
But Justice Kennedy, in a concurrence joined by Justices Stevens, Sourer
, and Breyer, offered a more nuanced and flexible approach toward the exercise of discretion in enforcing intellectual property rights by emphasizing the particular characteristics of business method patents.
8) Justices Stevens, Kennedy, Sourer
, Ginsburg, and Breyer.
The underground location has undergone the biggest change, now "dialed up on steroids," says Sourer
Dissents were written by Justices Kennedy and Sourer
There's a face that couldn't get any sourer
no matter what species of testicle it was chewing on.
The committee thanks Ann Yates, Heidi Anderson, Julie Arthur, Yvonne Greenfield, Denys Court and Dereck Sourer
for their debating skills and vivid imaginations.
Justices Kennedy and Sourer
, for example, both appointed by Republican Presidents, turned out to be more liberal than expected.
It sounds as though Sourer
is saying the secular purpose must be the primary purpose--something the Supreme Court has never said previously.