Sunday, January 28, 2007
You might be interested in listening.
"If so, then the highest institution in the US is slowly moving in the direction of only interpretating the law (rather than the more active role it took in the progressive era). It is a very important sign, a slow move towards a position emphasizing the “original intentions” of the US Constitution. This move is important not because judicial conservatism is good for its own sake, but because it is one of the best ways to force the state back into its role as a referee—thereby limiting (and reversing) its growth. . . ."You should read all of this short post.