I had an idiosyncratic take on the Heller gun case today at the Examiner. In short, the majority decision gave the back of its hand to the Bush administration’s brief that asked for the case to be remanded back to the lower courts. In doing so, it also slapped down what it called “judge-empowering” hair-splitting of the sort favored by the libs. Please read it. You’ll find it important, I think, for what it says about the proper role of a judge.
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