The Supremes, the Song and Dance Group That Passes Judgement on Our Laws
Of course, there was the American girl group and premier act of Motown Records during the 1960s. Florence Ballard, Diana Ross, and Mary Wilson were indeed supreme, and I recommend them to you on YouTube.
But its my pet name for those nine justices (or at least six of them) who sit in a fine building in Washington and sing songs that are way out of tune for today’s society. Yeah man, John Roberts and the Supremes. They are charged by the Constitution of the United States of America to pass judgment on various laws that are passed up to them by our lesser courts.
French political observer Alexis de Tocqueville noted the unique position of the Supreme Court in the history of nations and of jurisprudence. "The representative system of government has been adopted in several states of Europe," he remarked, "but I am unaware that any nation of the globe has hitherto organized a judicial power in the same manner as the Americans. A more imposing judicial power was never constituted by any people