I’ve got nothing to add on the substantive merits of today’s big decision – but the following line got my attention:
To an economist, perhaps, there is no difference between activity and inactivity; both have measurable economic effects on commerce. But the distinction between doing something and doing nothing would not have been lost on the Framers, who were “practical statesmen,” not meta- physical philosophers.
That is all.
(HT: David Schleicher)