The View From 1776

Judicial Activism: Part VIII (The Birth of an Issue)

Judicial activism since the 1950s has been driven by liberalism’s presumption that the mind of man controls everything, therefore any perceived imperfection in social conditions must, and can, be righted.  Katrina’s destruction offers us a glimpse of a liberal social-justice issue aborning.

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