Thursday, January 19, 2006

Deconstructing Scalia

In a great little piece of analysis, William Saletan at Slate wonders how to reconcile Scalia's decisions in recent abortion cases and this week's case on the feds' attempted preemption of Oregon's "Death with Dignity" Act. I can't believe he has the nerve to accuse Scalia of being "activist," or of trying to "make law instead of interpret the law," or of being a "results-oriented" judge.

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