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07-12-18 10:17 AM - Post#1714501    
    In response to Pete

Kanrok - In layman's terms, what is "substantive due process" ? It sounds like a description of the SC inventing an internal procedure to create social justice ... rather than just ruling on the (USA) constitutionality of other (USA) people's laws or actions.

This is what guys like Gorsuch and Kavanaugh appear to be against. And what people like Sotomayor, Ginsburg, Kagan, appear to be whole-hog FOR.

Hell, the last 3 leftists are on record as stating that they don't like to use the constitution as a measure, preferring World Court / UN law instead. Which are just chock-full of social justice.

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