"So, I turn to you, dear readers, smart thinkers, and posters of great wisdom in the Fray, to ask simply: Is the living Constitution dead? Are the critics correct-was it all just a great drunken binge of Brennan and Thurgood Marshall's? What is left in its place? Is there room for a Brennan-esque defense anymore? Or am I correct in guessing that Scalia is right this time?"
In order, I answer her questions, yes, yes, The Constitution of the United States of America, no and Hell Yes!
In effect, she is saying that there is no comprehensive, logical defense for the myth of the "Living Constitution".
The "living Constitution" is dead.
Long live the Constitution of the United States of America!
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