My latest in the Washington Examiner . . .
In politics, you fight over what matters. The more something matters, the bigger the fight. Since President Franklin Roosevelt in the 1930s, the Supreme Court has mattered — today more than ever.
For the first 150 years of our nation’s existence, most of the power resided in either the Congress or the presidency. Then, with Roosevelt and the New Deal, the Supreme Court became a fulcrum of power which has been growing ever since.
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