Chief Justice John Roberts
Asking the right questions doesn’t mean that Justice Gorsuch will reach the right decisions in these or any future case before the Court. However, conservatives can take encouragement that Justice Gorsuch is starting from the plain language of the Constitution and the statues Congress has passed, not the whims and fantasies of other judges.
What Justice Roberts’ opinion and the Supreme Court majority said to Congressional Republican leaders in King v. Burwell was, in essence, “don’t expect us to save you from the bad policies previous Congresses passed into law,” so “man-up” and do the work the Constitution gave you to fix them or live with them. And the way we see it, this tough love from Justice Roberts to the Republican leaders in Congress applies to other areas of Obama overreach and governmental “jiggery-pokery" as well.
Arguing fed. workers shouldn't get special treatment, Rand Paul says he does not want taxpayers subsidizing the health care plans of any fed. employee — including Chief Justice John Roberts — anymore.
Sen. Mike Lee's inexpensive, easy to read, short, important new book presents the conservative case.