The textualism of conservative Justice Scalia and liberal Justice Hugo Black is contrasted and compared as we anticipate the arrival of Neil Gorsuch to the Court. Gorsuch is a committed textualist. What does that mean? We look at that, we look at all of the different ways judges think, and the (often straw-manned) concept of a more living document.
- Is a Fish a Fish?
- Was Justice Scalia a Criminal Defense Lawyer’s Darling?
- Black Stands For the Downtrodden But Not for Privacy
- About Gorsuch and That Trucker Case
- We Sing the 14th Amendment
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