Jun 27, 2015

Conservatives need to get real about the Supreme Court | WashingtonExaminer.com

If nothing else, the Supreme Court's most recent decisions should shatter whatever remaining illusions of what courts are likely to do for them for the foreseeable future, even when controlled by Republican appointees. The Supreme Court isn't going to be a major force in restoring limited government or cutting federal authority down to constitutional size. Yes, you might see some protection of...

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