“Religious beliefs aren’t reasonable!” So said Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia on October 7, 2014 — and he said it as if this was a compliment. Really, I’m not kidding. You can listen to Justice Scalia utter these words himself, in his questioning during arguments
This week, Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, during a speech at Colorado Christian University, promoted the use of government powers to coerce Americans into religious belief and worship. Scalia lectured his audience that, “the main fight is to dissuade Americans from what the secularists are
DNA is not just a brief marker of identity. It is a powerful tool that belongs to the person it has encoded. It is therefore not at all a reasonable thing for the police, or any other government agency, to seize, to hold and to use in perpetuity.
What Senate Judiciary Chair Patrick Leahy Has the Time to Announce in Committee There are two things I should note. One, I was a couple of minutes late coming in here. It was Senator Franken’s fault, because Mrs. Franken makes some of the greatest pies