The majority in Heller (composed by Scalia) is another decision that really bugs me. He completely and obviously misconstrued the 1937 Miller precedent (e.g., "Miller was convicted" is false. Miller's indictment was quashed! He was never even tried). As far as I'm concerned, SCOTUS is just another bunch of elitist hacks.
There is no logical remedy (set of rules, rewritten constitution, whatever) that will operate against dishonest, illogical hacks. Any set of words can be ignored or twisted to meet whatever outcome the "power man" desires.
Logical remedy is going to be my next inquiry. I think the answer will be to not empower the hacks in the first place. That was the point of the anti-federalists. The Constitution created the hacks, the "power man", where there were none. There was no Federal judiciary, once upon a time.