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Interviewing Instapundit on the ‘Judiciary’s Class War’


Glenn Harlan Reynolds, aka Instapundit, routinely puts forth novel and compelling arguments.

I wanted to call your attention to his latest, as described in a provocative new Encounter Books broadside titled The Judiciary’s Class War, regarding what I would describe as the Supreme Court’s cultural and too frequently ideological progressivism.

In his broadside, Reynolds focuses in large part on the notion of a Front Row/Back Row bifurcation in our society, which is reflected in the makeup of the courts, writing:

Richard Epstein analyzes the confirmation hearings of Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch, compares and contrasts the judge with the late Justice Scalia, and considers the potential demise of the filibuster.