Sen. Kennedy on ‘settled’ Constitutional law

Wednesday, July 27, 2005
Sen. Kennedy on ‘settled’ law

Senator Kennedy’s assertion (Wall Street Journal, July 25, 2005) that Commerce Clause jurisprudence is settled is laughable for many reasons.

1. First and foremost, Commerce Clause jurisprudence was “settled” in favor of freedom and liberty until the Supreme Court of the 1930s gutted the doctrine in order to make way for a socialistic, big-government nanny state. Continue reading Sen. Kennedy on ‘settled’ Constitutional law