SMOKINCHOICES (and other musings)

December 4, 2014

Should SCOTUS be reformed?

I  had downloaded this from Bill Moyer’s Journal a couple of months back with every intention to post it right away.   But as anyone can see, . .just not as swift as I used to be.   This piece is so very welcome bearing with it some remarkably sound ideas which alone could heal many of our country’s problems (think most will agree).  Quite aside from the author’s words, we also have Moyers speaking with two accomplished ladies (well-connected politically) with esteemed backgrounds as honored writers.    This however appears after one clicks on the picture of  the seated SCOTUS within the article.  Promise, it will give you much to think about.    Jan

It’s Time to Reform the Supreme Court — Here Are Five Ways to Do It

Throughout American history, the Supreme Court largely has failed at its most important tasks of enforcing the Constitution and protecting the rights of minorities. By Erwin Chemerinsky

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