The Approaches Of Originalism In The Constitution Of The United States Constitution

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The law making body of the United States government has consistently paved the way for odd and near incomprehensible pieces of legislation which in turn could be argued that such laws have strayed far away from what the intentions of the United States Constitution originally were. In addition, and quite greatly in contrast, the evolution of what mankind’s freedom to create has produced some of the best, and worst, of the human race. It becomes rather stressful and harrowing to figure out where to draw the line on what the Constitution is supposed to cover. With the advent of the digital age and the ability to disseminate controversial and dangerous materials, the possibility of a completely unwatched and uncontrolled general society can be …show more content…
Yet for the absolute sake of taking the most objective stance and handling possible when dealing with issues that come up in society, it is important to turn to the text crafted by the Framers in our nation’s magnum opus. In looking at the approaches of Originalism that the Constitution should be interpreted and applied following it to its original meaning in the text. In doing so, the rights of citizens living under United States jurisdiction can truly express their rights as granted by the document. To elaborate further, Justice Scalia points out that the use of the Originalism philosophy allows for a certain precedent to be set in which judicial and legislative decisions can be made, …show more content…
To handle the eventual happenings of what the Constitution does not expressly address in the courts, it is best to ponder and determine how said situations can be handled before the problems surrounding them are ever brought up. In doing so, rather than taking a reactionary and emotionally charged approached as to how handle different court cases, we can best use the Constitution as the model for anticipating and solving problems in a way that does not involved turning more power over to the federal government that could ultimately trump the provisions of the document in due

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