Thursday :: Apr 8, 2004

Scalia's Own Violation Of The First Amendment

by Steve

For a man who allegedly defends the First Amendment and the Constitution so much, can someone tell me what right a Supreme Court judge has to insist that his public visits and speeches not be recorded? Since national security is not involved, and since Tony Scalia is freely moving around in public of his own choosing, how can he or the court marshals that travel with him have the right to muzzle the press without it being a fundamental violation of the First Amendment?

And if Tony the Tiger doesn't want to give speeches if he has to be recorded, then stay in your cave Tony. We know this will never happen because he likes to hear himself talk so much.

Steve :: 10:53 AM :: Comments (3) :: Digg It!