We have the US Constitution that establishes the structure of our government as well as providing for the protections of our inalienable Rights. It is the protections of the Rights of the People that was established by the Declaration of Independence which justifies the very existance of government. Article III Section 2 delegates the jurisdiction to the US Supreme Court to make ultimate decisions related to the constitutionality of all federal laws, treaties, state Constitutions and state laws under the US Constitution. I have no problem with this as the Supreme Court should have this role and responsibility. My concerns relate to the criteria that is being applied of a simple majority rule in the determination related to whether a law is constitutional or not. This leaves the Rights of the People hinging often upon a single vote where those justices decenting always produce very valid arguments as to why the law is unconstitutional. In many cases the vote is 5:4 where an individual judge ultimately decides upon whether the infringment upon the Rights of the People, and all laws reflect an infringement upon the Rights of the People, is constitutional. While I'm unaware of any arguments against the unanimous decisions of the US Supreme Court we can find numerous cases where there were arguments that the Supreme Court rendered an invalid decision related to law based upon split-decisions. A couple of cases in point being the Dred Scott v. Sandford decision which was 7:2 to support the law and the legal tender decision in Julliard v. Greenman which was an 8:1 both of which still generate controversy today. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dred_Scott_v._Sandford http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Juilliard_v._Greenman My position, and I've expressed this on numerous occations, is that for any law to be Constitutional there should be no doubt related to it's Constitutionality if we truly seek to protect the inalienable Rights of the People. I believe that the following proposed amendment should be addressed by Congress, approved, and submitted to the States for ratification: I believe this is the only way we can ensure the protections of the Rights of the People against the tyranny of our own government. All laws and actions of our government, whether at the federal or state level, should meet the criteria of clear constitutionality if subjected to review by the US Supreme Court. There is no room for doubt when it comes to protecting the Rights of the People from the actions of our government.