bobsal u1553115 wrote:
That's the job of most courts, but that's not the job of the SCOTUS. it rules on the Constitutionality of any law and/or the enforcement. SCOTUS has also made rulings and contra-ruled those rulings later like the Dred Scott ruling and 2nd amendment rulings that have changed back and forth several times.
I'm not looking to amend the second amendment, I looking for laws that clearly triggers 25th amendment provisions that would pass a challenge in front of SCOTUS if a challenge somehow got past Federal Appeals Courts.
The Supreme Court is supposed to arbitrate challenges to the law by honoring the constitution.
There's a difference between upholding the spirit of liberty and pushing it as far as possible in the direction of authoritarianism.
Of course, if the people and private sector are abusing liberty, maybe they don't deserve as much.
But then again, what if governmental interests are pushing the private sector and the people toward confusion about (and thus abuse of) liberty in order to justify moving government in a more authoritarian direction?