New Poll Shows Majority Wants Supreme Court Rulings Based On Current Times And Not The Constitution's Timeless Values As Originally Written. Here's Why That's A Bad Idea 5/14/18

A Whittle Bit of Commentary with Chad Whittle

Below is a rush transcript (may contain errors):

Well, this isn’t good. A new study from the Pew Research Center reports that a majority of Americans 55 percent, now say the U.S. Supreme Court should base its rulings on what the Constitution “means in current times” according to HotAir.com.

This is not good because if we start to allow ourselves to be govern by shifting culture attitudes and not timeless standards, then we are setting ourselves up for our freedoms to be taken away or changed at the whim of whatever the culture feels is ok at the time. This is not the way to live.

The Constitution has served us well for over 200 years and its values are timeless. We must educate our fellow Americans to the truth of the Constitution as originally written. It is the only way to keep America free.

I’m Chad Whittle on A Whittle Bit of Commentary.

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Background Material:

https://hotair.com/archives/2018/05/11/pew-majority-now-says-scotus-base-rulings-constitution-means-current-times-not-originally/