Blogging on bureaucracy, organizations, USDA, agriculture programs, American history, the food movement, and other interests. Often contrarian, usually optimistic, sometimes didactic, occasionally funny, rarely wrong, always a nitpicker.
Friday, June 25, 2010
"Originalism" and the Israel Court
This Politico story on Kagan and the chief justice of Israel's Supreme Court mentions that Israel doesn't have a (written) constitution. Nor, for that matter, does Britain. I wonder how the "originalists" see the role of a judge in such a nation?