I admire Scalia and sure hope he outlasts Zero.
Morality and rights are beyond the purview of either the courts or the political arena. They precede and supersede all man made laws or written constitutions.
And the founders said, rightly, that these things are "self-evident," or, to use the modern vernacular, "as plain as the nose on your face."
This "no right or wrong answers" crap is squishy libertarian nonsense.
God save us from judges and politicians who don't know what our rights are, or the simple difference between right and wrong.
How can any of these people ever keep their oaths, when they don't even understand the ABCs of what it is they swore to support and defend?
I believe that texts should be read to mean what they were understood to mean when they were adopted
That may explain why Marxists so vociferously assert both words' meanings and the very idea of meaning are infinitely elastic.
The thing is ... we’re only one vote away on the Court.
You should take the time to view the film ‘Judgement at Nuremberg’ to find the answer to your query.
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