Justice Antonin Scalia observed that the nation’s highest court isn’t exactly a cross-section of America, and he’s right. All of the justices are from either Harvard or Yale law schools, and all are easterners, except for his colleague, Justice Anthony Kennedy, who is a native Sacramentan.
Justice Antonin Scalia observed that the nation’s highest court isn’t exactly a cross-section of America, and he’s right. All of the justices are from either Harvard or Yale law schools, and all are easterners, except for his colleague, Justice Anthony Kennedy, who is a native Sacramentan. Josh Reynolds Associated Press file
Justice Antonin Scalia observed that the nation’s highest court isn’t exactly a cross-section of America, and he’s right. All of the justices are from either Harvard or Yale law schools, and all are easterners, except for his colleague, Justice Anthony Kennedy, who is a native Sacramentan. Josh Reynolds Associated Press file
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Scalia disses California, and we heartily disagree

July 04, 2015 5:00 PM

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