Originalism would help.
The law had a firmer clarity when it could simply take its bearings from James Madison’s understanding of religion: “the duty which we owe to our Creator and the manner of discharging it.” That Creator was of course the God of Israel, and the duties were bound up with the Laws that sprang from that Lawgiver.
For some, however, chaos is preferable. One of the advocates of chaos happens to be in the White House (his advocacy is not limited to fiscal chaos; fiscal and legal chaos require each other.)
And the Bench has more than its share of the Cult of Chaos, too.