In an article to which I linked (HERE) the other day, there’s this item about Ted Cruz:
“As a law student at Harvard, he refused to study with anyone who hadn’t been an undergrad at Harvard, Princeton, or Yale. Says Damon Watson, one of Cruz’s law-school roommates: ‘He said he didn’t want anybody from ‘minor Ivies’ like Penn or Brown.’”
Such arrogance begs the question of exactly who is Cruz’s legal counsel — or so-called corner guy — sitting next to him [above] during his pseudo-filibuster in the U.S. Senate. More to the point, how do the corner ...