I am not a legal scholar. I have been diving more and more into articles/interviews from various perspectives into the subject. Overall, I find myself more of an originalist.

I think you made some good points. When it comes to "original public meaning" it's easier to say what isn't than what is. For example, no state would have passed the Equal Protection Clause if they thought it meant Gay Marriage.

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