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June 25, 2015


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The usual dishonesty from Scalia, although his dissent on a decision upholding the Fourth Amendment[1] does win the week's Scalian Award.

[1] He labeled is as reeking of 1984. A decision *limiting* police powers.


Good analogy.

It is all just politics to get (or complain about) the result.

The facts, law and reasoning to get to (or avoid) the desired result are all sort of irrelevant in such cases.

Derek Tokaz

It would be interesting to see what sort of case Roberts thinks falls on the other side of the Palmer v. Massachusetts line.

The Most Interesting Breh in the World

summon: philosoraptor

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