ObamaCare and the Supreme Court

The purpose of our Constitution is to define and then to limit the federal government.  Article I of the Constitution describes narrow and specific purposes of congressional legislation.  One of those powers is to regulate "interstate commerce," but if anything can be called "commerce" and all "commerce" can be defined as interstate, then we cease to have a Constitution. ObamaCare was passed as a vast, ugly pile of glop, and now this notional "reform" may be struck down by a 5-to-4 Supreme Court opinion.  This corruption of process betrays just how dull our once-lustrous Constitution has become. Leftists have long used the Supreme Court to fast-track their agenda by having augurs "read" into the Constitution things invisible to us mortals.  Now the left is discovering that he who lives by the sword may die by the sword -- i.e., that we all should dread an imperial judiciary.  Justice Curtis wrote a dissent in the odiously racist 1857 Dred Scott v. Sandford,...(Read Full Article)