By Jay Sekulow
The left's outrage over the IRS turns to a plea to 'move on'
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
For the better part of a decade (and probably longer), there has been a cottage industry among liberal commentators dismissing the Constitution as broken and outdated. In 2011, for example, Time magazine's Richard Stengel announced that the Constitution has no place in a society with text messaging and Lady Gaga.
It would be hard to top the historic significance of the term that just ended, but Supreme Court watchers say the justices will confront some momentous questions once again when their next term officially begins Monday.
In essence, Mr. Seidman says, everybody picks and chooses what they want to do and calls it "constitutional."
He writes that the Constitution lacks any discernible meaning.