The Troubling Legal Philosophy of Neil Gorsuch
Brett Parker

You make a persuasive argument. What I struggle with is how a Constitution that is subject to changing popular opinion of what it means is any Constitution at all. If the Constitution means whatever SCOTUS says it means at any certain time, why even bother? Yes, the Constitution has gotten some things wrong. But there’s a process in place for fixing that. Yes, it’s difficult; but it’s supposed to be. But if you take the view that the Constitution should be constantly reinterpreted based on changing societal norms, what’s the point?