Sunday, March 28, 2010

Justices Scalia, Breyer on Constitutional Interpretation

Justices Scalia and Breyer made their latest appearance together in their popular road-show debating constitutional interpretation at the Supreme Court Historical Society last week. 

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The one-hour program was broadcast on C-SPAN last night and is available here.


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Constitutional interpretation? What about Constitutional ignorance?

When the law of the US Constitution applies in conveniently to, too many citizens it is ignored by Federal Judges.

‘’Wandering bards of law philosophy ‘’ is not the ‘job’ the American people hired the Supreme Court Judges for. They were ‘hired on’ as the last Court of appeal against unlawful lower court Judges whether it is in their arrogance or their ignorance.
The US is one of the few countries that allow their Supreme Court Judges to ‘cherry pick’ the cases they will hear. So much, for in discriminate rights.

LAW should not be high handed philosophy; it should be the Protectorate of the Citizens of the land.

Posted by: carol budro | Mar 31, 2010 5:56:20 AM

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