President Obama shouldn’t pick a fight with the courts
Everyone disagrees with Supreme Court decisions from time to time. But Americans understand that majorities are not always right, and that our Court plays a crucial role in the system of checks and balances that protects the rights of minorities and individuals who lack political influence. President Obama should recall how [Franklin] Roosevelt’s war on the Court backfired—not only on him, but on the cause of justice in general.
Read the rest here. And for more on “judicial activism,” check out my article, “The Wolves And The Sheep of Constitutional Law.”
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