Strengthening Constitutional Self-Government

No Left Turns

On Justice Thomas

Agreed on how to interpret the First Amendment’s "the freedom of speech." I don’t know whether Justice Thomas reads the First Amendment that way or not, but as Robert Alt, JD, suggests, he may well.

The other arguments Alt, Esq., raises suggest how Justice Thomas is a natural law thinker-- he goes to the constitutional heart of the problem and maintains the principles of the regime, all derived from natural rights. Thus, he is the purest "originalist" on the Court because of his natural law orientation.

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