The dominant conservative philosophy for interpreting the Constitution has served its purpose, and scholars ought to develop a more moral framework.
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He openly advocates Communism under the guise of Constitutionalism. The goal is not "liberty" but "promoting good rule"? This is the canary in the coalmine that Google's "Don't be evil" was.

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Fuck this commie. And make no mistake, that's what this tripe is: communism masquerading as an "enlightenment" towards authoritarianism for the "Public Good"

"These principles include respect for the authority of rule and of rulers; respect for the hierarchies needed for society to function; solidarity within and among families, social groups, and workers’ unions, trade associations, and professions; appropriate subsidiarity, or respect for the legitimate roles of public bodies and associations at all levels of government and society; and a candid willingness to “legislate morality”—indeed, a recognition that all legislation is necessarily founded on some substantive conception of morality, and that the promotion of morality is a core and legitimate function of authority. Such principles promote the common good and make for a just and well-ordered society."

FUCK HIM

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For the common good...the language of tyrants. "The bureaucracy will be seen not as an enemy, but as the strong hand of legitimate rule. " This was written by wicked and evil people.

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