Fixing Our Seedy Judiciary

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The battle to replace Justice Antonin Scalia reminds us of the extent of the damage in our third branch of government after so many years of abuse by liberal ideologues. It is uncontroverted that liberal elites have dominated law schools and the legal profession as a whole for decades.

We are reaping what they have sown, and it is not good.

When the Constitution is seen not as a document to be respected and followed but as a “living, breathing” document to be molded and manipulated to fit the latest cultural craze and personal policy, the door is opened for the kinds of abuses that are making a mess, not just of the confirmation process, but of the entire judicial system.

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