Above: Protest, University of Wisconsin, 1967 Has Scalia’s demise led to any real-world impacts yet? Yes. Dow Chemical Co. said it agreed to pay $835 million to settle an antitrust case pending
This is a great interview with Michael Dukakis. The best part is that it turns out he went to law school with Scalia. How well did you know Scalia at law school? Not well. It was an interesting class.
The most important part of Scalia’s dissent is when he defines California as not part of the West. Because San Francisco and Hollywood no doubt. This is like an even dumber version of the inevit
I was feeling pretty hopeless about the forthcoming Supreme Court decision in Harris v. Quinn, which challenges the constitutionality of states signing closed shop contracts with public sector unions.
Take me out of the ball game.
According to Scalia the latest new “Dred Scott” is Kelo, a perfectly straightforward application of precedent perfectly consistent with the text of the Constitution. It seems worth noting
Via Ian Millhiser, I am shocked and appalled by this un-American passage in Antonin Scalia’s solo dissent today: The canon against superfluity is not a canon against verbosity. When a thought co
In pointing out that it’s hard to square Antonin Scalia’s assertions that the 14th Amendment provides no protection for gender equality with the rest of his jurisprudence, I didn’t e