The concept of “originalism,” championed by late Justice Antonin Scalia, theory never made any sense either as a matter of language or political theory and was premised on a nihilistic skepticism about the possibility of truth in political affairs.
The concept of “originalism,” championed by late Justice Antonin Scalia, theory never made any sense either as a matter of language or political theory and was premised on a nihilistic skepticism about the possibility of truth in political affairs. Charles Rex Arbogast AP
The concept of “originalism,” championed by late Justice Antonin Scalia, theory never made any sense either as a matter of language or political theory and was premised on a nihilistic skepticism about the possibility of truth in political affairs. Charles Rex Arbogast AP

Commentary: Trinity Lutheran case marks the end of bogus ‘originalism’

July 10, 2017 8:30 PM