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Posted: Friday, March 29, 2013 5:00 pm

We, like most Americans, recognize the U.S. Supreme Court as the ruler of the law in this country. That fact is not always recognized by lawmakers and the executive branch.

We also recognize that the Supreme Court justices are like the rest of us — members who harbor some prejudices. Sometimes justices permit their biases to get in the way of interpretations of the Constitution. And, we all know, that the justices are not completely free from political influences. In other words, they can lean when in the winds of politics. Of course, judges will never admit that.

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