Yes, Senator, The Founding Fathers Did Indeed Envision Unenumerated Rights

Official portrait of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson on the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals

Watching the Senate confirmation hearings for Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court, I was impressed with her knowledge, composure, and most of all, her patience. If she is not confirmed, she would make an excellent teacher for disturbed children, for that is how the Republican senators acted. (I apologize if the comparison is unfair to such real…

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Wherever I go, I am where I came from. Always a stranger in a strange land; yet always home. I claim no land, but take responsibility for all land.

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