‘West Virginia and other states will suffer irreparable harm’
The ruling forces utilities to pay middlemen for “negative electricity” theoretically saved by consumers during times of peak demand.
It may not have been game, set, and match. But it seemed close.
The ‘rule is necessary in order to protect a supposed population of pregnant subsistence fisherwomen’
‘He’s talking about you, you dumb f***’
Recent campus insanity undermines the argument that affirmative action leads to a higher quality education
‘I don’t like what he said’
“What are the benefits of diversity are in that situation?”
‘The whole time I have been on my court, it has been a liberal court’
The idea of Scalia shifting into an overt political role has not gone away.
‘This is not about partisan issues; this is about the Constitution’
‘I have taught argumentation for many years’
‘No regulation is appropriate if it does significantly more harm than good’
The Supreme Court’s ruling ensures that Americans will continue to suffer under Obamacare
‘Even the chief justice had a little chuckle’
‘Rather refreshing actually’
Decision could lead to more court testimony by children
Justice Scalia understands we deserve a justice system worthy of our respect.
‘There is an entirely separate, abridged edition of the First Amendment applicable to speech against abortion’
‘EPA is getting almost everything it wanted in this case’