The Supreme Court`s usurpation of legislative power is, in a way, the lesser of our constitutional deformations. The flip side of the Court`s usurpation of power is the other branches` abdication of responsibility. The Framers of the Constitution never expected that a branch of government would always stay within its prescribed boundaries. It expected that when a branch transgressed the limits-particularly if it did so repeatedly-the other branches would respond.
Read Original at: National Review