[lg policy] Marriage equality, guns, health care, and the myth of judicial objectivity

Baron, Dennis E debaron at illinois.edu
Mon Jun 29 07:21:08 UTC 2015


There’s a new post on the Web of Language:

Marriage equality, guns, health care, and the myth of judicial objectivity

In Bread and Jam for Frances, a children’s book about a family of badgers, Frances’s best friend, Albert, eats his lunch bit by bit so that the sandwich, the pickle, the egg, and the milk come out even. Supreme Court decisions are a bit like that. In decisions on marriage equality, health care, and the Second Amendment, the justices interpreted the facts of each case and chose their arguments to make their decision come out right.

Read the full post on the Web of Language: https://illinois.edu/blog/view/25/193788


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