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Should one Person Be Able to Change Nation? July 17, 2018 by Staff

The headlines at Time Magazine says: How Kavanaugh Could Change the U.S. The story goes on to say "If confirmed to the Supreme Court, Brett Kavanaugh could advance efforts to strip power from regulatory agencies, slow the expansion of gay rights, strengthen gun rights, and, some fear, open the door for states to chip away at access to abortions." What Time fails to say is that the Supreme Court has lurched this nation in a left-leaning direction. And they don't want it to change. The court was never meant to impose new laws. It's meant to uphold or strike down laws according to what the Constitution says. That's their guideline. Our government is limited and is designed to prevent any one person from single-handedly changing the nation—even if that person is on the Supreme Court.



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