Justice Scalia once called himself a “faint-hearted originalist.” I’m thinking of titling an article or book “Feint-Hearted Originalism.”
Too snarky? Or too obscure? I just can’t believe no one has feigned this feint before, as far as I can tell.
“Feign means to give a false appearance or to fake something. Feint also involves deception, but usually refers to physical movements meant to distract an opponent, such as a fake punch…” @MerriamWebster
The unitary executive and presidential power; race and affirmative action; money = speech under the 1st amendment; voting rights…