The View From 1776
Thursday, July 15, 2010
Nominee Kagan And Natural Law Rights
To be a liberal-progressive in good standing with the radical left, one must accept on faith the Darwinian doctrine that there are no permanent truths, no things that are inherently good. In the liberal-progressive catechism, all things, from life forms to the Constitution, are continually evolving.
Thus can Elena Kagan ignore the inalienable natural law rights on which the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution, particularly the Bill of Rights, are founded.