Chapter 6: Nine Unelected Judges Tell Us How to Live

Supreme Court vs. Liberty



Liberty requires that we be able to decide fundamental questions for ourselves or through the democratic process rather than wait with bated breath every time the Supreme Court meets for the latest pronouncement on a matter of conscience.

The Court should be revered as the guardian of the rule of law and of our most basic founding principles. It should be particularly protective of our founding structure--a unique structure of dual sovereigns that placed power as close to the people as was practical so that the people could govern themselves.

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