There Are Two Fundamentally Irreconcilable Constitutional Visions
“It’s been a momentous couple of weeks at the Supreme Court. As usual, they saved the big cases for the end. This year the big three were Bruen (gun rights), Dobbs (abortion rights) and West Virginia (administrative regulation of CO2).
All three cases were decided 6-3 along ideological lines. These cases involved the most basic issues of what the Constitution is and how it is to be interpreted. On those issues there is virtually no hope of one side ever convincing anyone from the other side. There just are two fundamentally irreconcilable visions of how this should work. …
A major transformation of the economy requires specific legislation duly enacted by Congress. Who could have though of such a crazy idea?”
Originally published here at the Manhattan Contrarian on 1 July 2022.