Saturday, June 27, 2015

Fundamental Rights

The Supreme Court now proclaims marriage as a fundamental right (at least for two people) and states may not infringe on it.  The Second Amendment also protects a fundamental right, but will the Court prohibit majorities from infringing on that right?  Of course not.  This is just Justice Kennedy legislating from the bench.


StormCchaser said...

Kennedy is disgusting. He indeed legislates from the bench.

BTW... his gay marriage ruling served not only to destroy the word "marriage" but also the word "liberty."

Until yesterday, it was not a "liberty" to be granted a government license.


Joseph said...

The Court just might stop gun regulation. It's been moving right on the 2nd Amendment lately.