Supreme Court Justice nominee Neil Gorsuch prepares to testify on Capitol Hill Tuesday at his confirmation hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee. | Pablo Martinez Monsivais/Associated Press

Constitution designed to be an ‘argument without end’

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During the Senate confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch, the term “originalism” has surfaced. Supporters argue that Gorsuch is a perfect successor to the late Justice Antonin Scalia because the two men shared this philosophy. Scalia would say that he was an originalist because he interpreted the Constitution as the original founding fathers would have done. But is that what Justice Scalia was really doing?

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