Many Americans still revere the Supreme Court. As one of the three branches of the Federal government, confidence in their conduct and authority is usually higher than Congress or the Presidency.
Yet when a real or contrived constitutional crisis develops, the screams and indignation arise and point to a convenient culprit. The current Obamacare case before this court has all the trappings of a full-blown confrontation. The reason is simple: The underlying question before the Supremes is not purely a legal matter. At stake is whether this country is actually a government under laws.
Alternatively, is it an authoritarian dictatorship nuisance by irritating lawful restraints?
Congressman Ron Paul intelligibly explains the merits of the case and the pit falls of judicial review. In an article,