As we have known, the first two branches of government are clearly, by design, very much beholden to public opinion. Yet the courts, specifically the federal courts, are quite different. The Constitution's Article III contains some attempts to shield the courts from public opinion. In a nation where public opinion is a powerful force in politics, there are good reasons to insulate the courts from public opinion. They want to be capable to uphold the Constitution and protect the rights of minority groups (racial, ethnic and simply people who encompass very different opinions from everyone else). At similar time, is it suitable for the courts to disregard public opinion completely? describe why or why not? What role, if any, must public opinion play in finding out how courts decide cases?