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From the very founding of the Nation, the Constitution has been understood to protect private religious beliefs from government intrusion. The same is not true for private moral values or convictions.
I like Adam Liptak a lot—in fact, he and my brother were classmates at Yale Law School, during my first three years on the faculty there. But I think Liptak’s article in The New York Times this week, in which he argued that the United States Constitution’s global influence is declining, is off base.
In 2012 John Roberts has an opportunity to add his name to the exclusive list of Chief Justices whose leadership has marked a shift in Supreme Court history and a new era of constitutional doctrine.
Hard to believe, but the controversies that followed Bush v. Gore and Citizens United may be more than matched in the new year.
The challengers to Kagan and Thomas argue that they have conflicts of interest that raise questions about their fitness to sit on the health care act cases.