A Brilliant take on the wonderful U.S. Constitution


Here, I review the wonderful speech that U.S. appeals court judge Janice Rogers Brown made at the Heritage Foundation a few weeks ago. As part of my summation of Judge Brown’s main points, I wrote:

Judges must defer most avidly not to the legislative or executive branches but to the Constitution that rightly governs them all — specifically because that Constitution was crafted to impose limits on the rulers themselves, because it was crafted with a due sense of the fallibility of all men, including those who would rule others.

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