A conservative majority of the Supreme Court has revealed that their recent decisions on guns, abortions, and climate change are the beginning and they must be stopped.
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All Americans who are not Radical Republicans must join together to fight this SCOTUS majority
In the latest Politcus Pod, Sarah Jones discussed how all non-radical right-wing Americans must work together to fight this court.
This is about how this movement can be better and better by seeing what’s happening right now, as I’m thinking about something else. Yes, rights have fought to overthrow Roe. We have done this at all levels since it was founded in the first place. One day, 20 years later, they are placing people in government in small local cities and towns to prepare them to gain power to do what is happening now.
And that’s the part I think this is an opportunity for people, I don’t know, I don’t know either. I don’t want to say left, but not left. It’s in the middle. It is on the left. You are all beyond the far right. There are people in the Republican Party who are not crazy. Everyone needs to get together, look at things differently, and fight this from scratch at every level, but it seems like a full-blown attack. That’s what works very well on the right side. Everything is war.
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Legislature boosts SCOTUS
Jason Easley discussed the possibility of legislative pushback from SCOTUS.
I think we need a backlash from the legislature. This is a constitutional system of check and balance. The Supreme Court is overkill. Today’s ruling, in which they sought to limit the executive branch of Congress, is a step beyond other steps. There were many, if not just one, but it would be terrible for everyone to talk about climate policy, but in fact, their decisions today actually affect every bit of the making of executive rules. prize.
That is, the legislature and the executive branch must respond by clearly specifying the authority and authority, and at present, the executive branch cannot actually interpret it in order to effectively enforce the law.
To check out of control courts, the majority of society must say no.
Society has already begun to say no to this court by losing confidence in them and lowering the court’s approval rating. If Americans start voting on the Supreme Court in every election, Congress has members ready to take action against SCOTUS.
The power and legitimacy of the Supreme Court derives primarily from the trust of the people and the consensus bound by their decisions.
The Supreme Court is arguably the weakest and most open in interpreting the constitutional grounds of the three branches of government.
The Supreme Court has exercised a great deal of power since then. Marbury v. Madison.