Mark Levin is a dynamic talk show host that never bores the listener. In this book he has gather a tremendous amount of legalese and historical cases and has brought it all together sucessfully in a treatise that goes a long way to proving the points he wants to make. That is the the Supreme Court has overstepped its boundaries of interpreting the law of the law to making decisions that in effect create the law of the land. For the purposes of this review, I will not add any personal feelings on the matter but let Levin's book make its own points.
Law is usually a boring subject for most of us and this book is written in a way that is never boring. You'll have yourself Googling a lot of what is presented here to validate the facts and you will be hard pressed to come up with any dispute.
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