This is a podcast from Dr Peikoff. I am sorry to say we will have to agree to disagree on this point. I don’t think there is any other way to fix what is wrong. The “how” is a huge question that I am sure will take a long time and a lot of dialog. That does not mean it is too much work and should not be bothered with. I believe it is the first thing to do and will still be the first thing in two hundred years if we don’t start.

If you were to write up a constitution, knowing all you know of the vulnerabilities of our current one, what would you change?’”.

In Lithuania, They have a Constitutional Court that is always in session. It constantly reviews the Constitution and makes changes to improve it. I don’t agree with everything in Lithuania’s Constitution. There are a number of apparent contradictions in it. However, the idea of a Constitutional Court that really tries to perfect the legal Rights of the individual citizens is very provocative to me.

Report This Post