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Scalia Speaks! From the grave. I respond. From New York

Don’t know if you, like me, are all salivating in anticipation of a new book by Antonin Scalia called Scalia Speaks. But wait, I hear you murmuring. Isn’t Scalia, uh, like, um deceased? Late? Demised? (I’m trying to remember all … Continue reading

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Gorsuch’s attitude toward the Constitution. (Hint: not good)

From the fine SCOTUSblog, this (although I WISH everyone would stop using the macro “brilliant Scalia”. I didn’t think he was brilliant, for a heap of reasons, but especially for inventing “originalism.” You know, that concept of interpreting the Constitution … Continue reading

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Three fine, rational post mortems on Scalia…

And a not-so-rational one: mine. On the night of Sunday, February 13, I turned the TV on to watch the early news and the first thing I saw was a full screen photo of the nine Supremes, and a newsperson’s … Continue reading

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