Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson has said that if he's elected president his nominees to the U.S. Supreme Court will be people that are committed to following the text of the U.S. Constitution. Yesterday Johnson doubled down on that promise, releasing a list of six candidates that he says he would consider naming to SCOTUS if he wins the White House. "The Supreme Court should be guided by a loyalty to the original and fundamental principles of limited government and liberty embodied in the Constitution and the Bill of Rights," Johnson announced in a statement accompany the release of his list. "As president, when the opportunity arises, I will nominate justices who have proven records of demonstrating that loyalty to the Constitution." Libertarians have good reason to be impressed by Johnson's list. Not only does it include Georgetown law professor Randy Barnett, a veteran combatant before the Supreme Court who also happens to be one of the most influential legal scholars at work today; the list also includes two of the most libertarian friendly judges now sitting on the federal bench. They are Judge Alex Kozinski of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit and Judge Janice Rogers Brown of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. 3 Cheers for Gary Johnson’s Supreme Court Short List Nice little article on SC picks.