The Supreme Court vs. The Constitution - Podcast
Federalism & Separation of Powers Practice Group Podcast
June 21, 2013Gerald Walpin, Lillian R. BeVier, Christian Corrigan
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The Supreme Court vs. The Constitution - MP3
Running Time: 00:55:32
Mr. Gerald Walpin's book, The Supreme Court vs. The Constitution, asserts that the Framers of the Constitution and those who drafted and championed the Bill of Rights and the seventeen additional amendments carefully considered and meant every word they wrote, but the "activist" justices of the Supreme Court pay little heed to their language or intent as they "legislate from the bench" and deprive us of rights that our Constitution was adopted to protect. His book carefully lays out the history of court rulings, providing quotations from the Justices' own writings and dramatic facts from key cases to document each illegitimate assumption of power by activist justices. Yet it is so clearly and simply written that one need not be a lawyer to see unequivocally where the fault lies.
- Mr. Gerald Walpin, Former Inspector General of the Corporation for National and Community Service, Former Chief of Prosecutions for the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, and Author of The Supreme Court vs. The Constitution
- Prof. Lillian R. BeVier, David and Mary Harrison Distinguished Professor of Law Emeritus, University of Virginia School of Law
- Moderator: Mr. Christian Corrigan, Director of Publications, The Federalist Society
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