The Honorable Antonin Scalia, Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, is scheduled to speak at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy March 18, as the 2014 Hedrick Fellow.
When Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia is waiting patiently for his spoonful of rigatoni and scallops, too, you know you’re in for a real Italian party. But what else would you expect at a dinner in honor of a 200-year-old Italian rock star? On Thursday, the Washington Chorus’s “The Essential Verdi” gala held at the […]
At some point when America is at war, terrible violations of basic constitutional freedoms will occur. So says Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia. Speaking at the University of Hawaii’s law school on Feb. 3, Scalia talked about World War II, where American citizens who happened to be of Japanese descent were placed in internment camps in the 1940s. Show More Summary
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia has ruled that Chicago-style deep dish is not pizza. Speaking at a Union League Club of Chicago event, Scalia said, "It's very tasty, but it's not pizza." His impartiality is in question, since he grew up with New York-style thin crust after being born in New Jersey and moving with his family to Elmhurst in Queens.
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia is an expert on many things, like constitutional law and also apparently regional pizza variations. Scalia was in Chicago to address the Union League Club of Chicago, and according to the Chicago Sun-Times, at...
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia issued a harsh ruling Friday sure to raise the ire of Chicagoans, when he declared Chicago-style deep dish pizza to not be pizza at all. Deep dish pizza “shouldn’t be called pizza,” the native New Yorker said in remarks to the Union League Club of Chicago, the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Show More Summary
The verdict is in. Upholding his earlier decision, Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia reiterated that despite its name, deep-dish pizza does not qualify as the real deal. The specialty "shouldn't be called pizza," he told the crowd...Show More Summary
Supreme Court justice Antonin Scalia painted a grim picture of the future when he told students at the University of Hawaii on Monday that a future Supreme Court could very easily uphold the legality of internment camps during warti...
US Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia believes that internment camps can happen again in America. The longest serving justice also stated that the nation’s highest court would uphold such camps. Scalia made the shocking comments while speaking to a University of Hawaii law school class. Show More Summary
Japanese-Americans imprisoned in Utah During World War II. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia warned the University of Hawaii law school the Supreme Court will eventually authorize wartime abuse of civil rights like internment camps. The Washington Examiner reported: Justice Antonin … Continue reading ?
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia spoke yesterday at the University of Hawaii and when the subject of the Court’s notorious 1944 decision upholding the wartime internment of Japanese-Americans came up, the conservative justice had a sobering message for his law school audience. Show More Summary
The Wall Street Journal took to its editorial pages to plead with ultra-conservative Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia to overturn decades of labor law precedent -- including his own opinion -- that would greatly hinder public-employee...Show More Summary
By all accounts, it was an excruciating moment at the Supreme Court on Tuesday. A nervous first-time advocate began his argument by reading from a prepared statement, until the never-shy Justice Antonin Scalia interrupted and asked: "Counsel, you are not...
From Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, to a lawyer making his first appearance before the court: Counsel, you are not reading this, are you? I'll second Josh Blackman's reaction: this is a dick move by Justice Scalia. Maybe it's time for him to step down and take over the Andy Rooney spot on 60 Minutes. That seems to be more his speed these days.
During oral arguments on Monday, Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia tore into President Obama’s decision to appoint officials to government agencies during a pro-forma Senate session that was not in recess. Scalia told US Solicitor...Show More Summary
ANTONIN SCALIA pens his irascible, shoot-from-the-hip dissents “for law students”, but apparently judges sometimes read them too. One wonders whether the longest-serving justice on the Supreme Court is piqued or pleased by this pronouncement...Show More Summary
The 5th Circuit Court of Appeals will hold a hearing next week on the Texas law Wendy Davis opposed that was responsible for closing abortion clinics in the Lone Star State. In November, Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia issued an opinion indicating the Supreme Court would not yet get involved in a case that has […]
When U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia handed down a scathing dissent in United States v. Windsor — the case in which the high court deemed the federal Defense of Marriage Act unconstitutional — he warned of the domino effect it would have on state bans on gay marriage. Show More Summary
When Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia delivered his fiery dissent in the case that deemed the Defense of Marriage Act unconstitutional (United States v. Windsor), he warned that the ruling could lead to individual states overturning bans on same-sex marriage. Today, Scalia's prediction came true in the state of Utah.