The discussion of the flag-burning amendment is full of terrible rhetoric. There's repeated emphasis on the "unelected justices" making laws. Do the Senators think we've forgotten that they confirmed the unelected justices? The justices, of course, do not make laws. They protect the constitutionality of laws enacted by Congress.
If the issue is the power of the court, I've got a better idea. Let's have an amendment to specify that if there's a voting irregularity that makes the electoral vote too close to call, the popular vote will be the deciding factor in the election of the president.