Justice Antonin Scalia was found dead Saturday, “in peaceful repose”, what ever that means. We will miss Justice Scalia. He was the voice of reason in an increasingly unconstitutional society. He fought hard, at risk, to keep the court in a verbose reading, as opposed to some living evolving document. He brought sanity to the SCOTUS in an increasingly relevant based time. He knew, like the founding fathers, the importance of the separate three branches as laid out at the founding. As they, he knew the inherent danger of “interpreting in modern setting” the “thoughts” of the founders and he obstinately fought to preserve the intention of the Constitution. He will be missed.
And what of the timing of this untimely death. Continue reading