Well, the Supreme Court says it is adopting a code of ethics for the first time. New requirements? Nope. Enforceable? Nah. “The policy, agreed to by all nine justices, does not appear to impose any significant new requirements on them, and, indeed, they said in an unsigned statement that they have long adhered to ethics standards. ‘The absence of a Code, however, has led in recent years to the misunderstanding that the Justices of this Court, unlike all other jurists in this country, regard themselves as unrestricted by any ethics rules,’ the justices wrote. ‘To dispel this misunderstanding, we are issuing this Code, which largely represents a codification of principles that we have long regarded as governing our conduct.'” And the kicker: “The code leaves compliance to the justices themselves and does not create any other means of enforcement.” In short, we have clearance, Clarence.