Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Justice Scalia and the right's dashed hopes

Melvin I. Urofsky at The Philadelphia Inquirer.
"He has, however, failed to convince his colleagues, or the legal academy, that his originalist jurisprudence is not only the best way to read the Constitution but the only way."
If he has convinced his colleagues and the legal academy that orginalism provides the best way to read the Constitution, then I wonder who expressed even higher hopes when he was appointed to the Court.

(via Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)