November 29, 2010
Here's how it went down on the Federalist Society stage at the group's recent national convention:
The liberals urged caution and judicial modesty. Trust the people and their elected representatives, they said; elections have consequences, and the political process is where policy should be made, not the courtroom.
On the one hand, he said at a recent event at Texas Tech University that "there's very little that I would change" about the Constitution, adding that activists should not "mess" with it.