Why Supreme Court opinions are not the “Law of the Land”, and how to put federal judges in their place. — Publius-Huldah’s Blog

By Publius Huldah Central to the silly arguments made by the “Convention of States Project” (COSP) is their claim that 200 years of Supreme Court opinions have increased the powers of the federal government (as well as legalized practices such as abortion); that all these opinions are “the Law of the Land”; and we need […]

via Why Supreme Court opinions are not the “Law of the Land”, and how to put federal judges in their place. — Publius-Huldah’s Blog

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