I would like to see the Supreme Court get away from writing new law and leave that to the Legislature, as the Founding Fathers meant it to be. Corporate personhood? Scattywog.
It Amazes me how some liberals support any interpretation of the US Constitution that supports their "progressive agenda". But as soon as the court rules against the liberal agenda, they are somehow writing new law.
So many try to position themselves on a single line running from "conservative" to "liberal" and don't look at what they actually mean, yes? A Court that creates law is State governance unleashed from popular mandate -- should therefore be anathema to any true liberal pushing for less interference from the State *and* to any true conservative adhering to the principles that underlie the Constitution. Not that we all agree on any solution -- but there's a big market out there in confusing everyone so that we don't hold the people we elect responsible, imho. (Sadly, I sometimes doubt we even can any more.)
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term limits for judges
Corporations can no longer act as people.
Under the law as interpreted by the Federal Court, corporations are persons guaranteed the right of free speech and the right to practice their religion without state interference. I think the Court would rule that they have the right to bear arms as well if some city passed an ordinance to the contrary.
Limit on Supreme Court Justices terms.
Plaintiffs would game the system, then, wait for the natural political cycle to bring up newly appointed justices favorable to their case. How about popular recall voting?
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