SchwartzReport: Justice Scalia’s Beautiful Mind

Cultural Intelligence, Government, Law Enforcement
Stephan A. Schwartz
Stephan A. Schwartz

There are two Justices that I think never should have been put on the Supreme Court, and whose behavior once on the court in my view constitutes unacceptable ideological hackery. This essay make the case on one of them.

Scalia’s Delusional Hackery: From ‘Originalism” to Shilling for the Tea Party

Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia made what UC Berkeley law professor Dan Farber called ‘a cringeworthy error” last week: he got the meaning of an opinion he cited exactly backward. Worse still – the opinion he misread was his own. As Farber explained:

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