Did you hear about that recent case argued before the U.S. Supreme Court involving a broad overreach of authoritarian power?
I can’t believe the justices required even a full minute to consider the merits of the case. The proper decision should be obvious.
Inherent to this case is whether or not the government and/or any one of its departments can tell citizens what to do. It seems to me provisions contained within the Constitution prohibit such a clear overreach of power — subjecting American residents to the government’s will and stripping them of any semblance of personal autonomy.
- Written by THE BELLEFONTAINE EXAMINER STAFF