|I will never, and I mean never, have faith in the United States Supreme Court.
There should not be any disagreements among the justices.
They all studied the same constitution in college, and have the same documents when deciding cases.
People say the justices disagree because of the strict constitutionalist versus the living document concepts.
A strict constructionist believes the text of the Constitution is inflexible, that the Constitution says what it means and means what it says.
A judicial activist thinks of the Constitution as a living document subject to different interpretations as society evolves.
My position is that if judicial activism is legitimate, we have no meaningful court at all.
Here is why: