March 9, 2009
Conservative scholar Kmiec on Prop 8 and constitutionalism
In the first of a two-part series for Findlaw.com, Pepperdine University professor and frequent commentator Doug Kmiec explores the implications of Proposition 8 for "the deeper meaning of constitutionalism and the rule of law." Tomorrow, in Part II, he "will elaborate on a proposed resolution to the Proposition 8 litigation that, unlike that advocated by either side, gives vindication to the fundamental principles of equality and religious liberty that are inescapably intertwined with the same-sex marriage question."
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I saw this piece and I am waiting for Part II before I include in on the Boiled Frog Blog.
I am not so sure that I would label Kmiec a "conservative." While he was the head of OLC under Reagan, he did campaign for President Obama. Of course the term "conservative" has lost all meaning anyway; Goldwater was fervently pro-choice. Once the GOP drank the evangelical Kool-Aid, everything changed.
Posted by: David Hart | Mar 12, 2009 10:51:04 AM