With the death last week of United States Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, there is much discussion of whether Scalia was good or bad on the court and whether President Barack Obama and the next president will nominate good or bad people for the court. If you value the protection of liberty, however, it is clear that none of the current or recent justices are on your side and that Obama and the next president are unlikely to appoint anyone who is either.
Ron Paul summed up the situation well in a 2011 Fox News presidential debate. He said regarding the justices, “they are all good and they are all bad.” While they all defend liberty sometimes, Paul noted that none of them consistently defends both personal and economic liberty.
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