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The Supreme Court’s Job Is to Protect Americans from Democracy

Frank275 Wrote: Apr 20, 2012 8:55 AM
Excellent article, especially with the links you provided. The real question is does the Supreme Court have to obey the Constitution or does the Constitution have to change every time a majority of 5 change their mind. Publius Huldah, a retired lawyer and Constitutional expert, lays out the true meaning of the Commerce clause. She documents what the founders meant when they wrote the Constitution and has several articles on the commerce clause. This one is directed at Obama Care. http://publiushuldah.wordpress.com/2009/10/07/82/

I have to give the Washington Post credit. It may have a bias for statism, but at least they have some diversity on the op-ed pages. Less than two months after E.J. Dionne wrote an embarrassing column showing he didn’t understand the difference between untrammeled majoritarianism and a constitutional republic, the Post publishes a terrific piece by George Will on the proper role of the Supreme Court.

Here’s some of what George Will wrote.

…a vast portion of life should be exempt from control by majorities. And when the political branches do not respect a capacious zone of private...

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