Saith Scalia 

In Memphis, the Supreme Court's leading conservative makes the case for judicial literalism.

"Gridlock," as applied to the American system of government, is a favored term of rebuke, both domestically and on the lips of foreigners. Justice Antonin Scalia of the U.S. Supreme Court pronounces it with a tone of mocking and somewhat epicene self-righteousness:…

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