Quite a lot if you're a Schlafly. One side of the Schlafly's (Phyllis) is suing another side (her nephew by marriage) over trademarking the family name on beer. In essence the nephew wants to protect his beer company, one of the largest craft beers in the country, from someone else using it for their beer. Phyllis, the conservative activist does not want her name associated with beer.
It's kind of interesting that the story describes the family connection as nephew by marriage, she married his uncle. Don't the rest of us consider nephews and nieces to be ours even if by blood they come from our spouse's side?
Whoa. Yes, the rich are different than you and me..