The protest songs of the past have new competition from an unlikely source: Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Yes, move over Woody Guthrie and Bob Dylan, the Notorious RBG has gone viral with her pointed and passionate dissent in the Hobby Lobby case.
Within hours of the ruling, musician Jonathan Mann set excerpts to music and posted a video online. That video has already caught the attention of People Magazine and the Huffington Post proving that:
1) voters feel strongly about the Supreme Court ruling which allows some companies to limit employee's access to insurance coverage for birth control
2) you can be both a premier legal scholar and poet for the ages.
We look forward to the next musical rendition of a Ginsburg ruling (hopefully on the majority side this time): "Don't Go Breaking My Right to Privacy"