Most of all, the justice was a servant of the Constitution
by Horace Cooper • Washington Times
Justice Antonin Scalia’s passing extinguished a great light in American jurisprudence. As the tributes and fond remembrances all attest, America grieves this loss.
Appointed by President Reagan in 1986, Justice Scalia served the nation from the Supreme Court’s bench for three decades with a candor, wit and sagacity that few men in history can claim. No doubt that the good justice will be remembered for his pointed pen and rhetorical flair that made all his opinions — whether you agreed with him or not — well worth reading. Continue reading