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The Supreme Court Has Been Making Policy

Jay Cost, National Review

Did the Founders intend that the choice of a Supreme Court nominee would be one of the most lasting and consequential decisions any president could make? No! The president has (or at least, should have) substantially bigger fish to fry. But both the Senate and the president have found themselves deeply enmeshed in these matters because the nomination of a Supreme Court justice is the only means of control the public has over the policymaking powers of the Court.

https://www.nationalreview.com/2018/07/supreme-court-should-not-make-policy-not-what-founders-intended/