What if, on Memorial Day, we remember times that were more free than today? What if, on Memorial Day, when we think of those who died for our freedom, we end up recognizing that the freedom they died for is dying? What if it becomes fashionable for the government to ignore the Constitution? What if the Constitution dies because the government stops following it? What if, writes Judge Andrew Napolitano, next Memorial Day, freedom is just a memory?
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“The Court usually reads statutes with a presumption of rationality and a presumption of constitutionality.”
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