Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia has died at the age of 79. While the majority of Americans and the main media might have known him to be a "Conservative" Justice, Justice Scalia's contribution to the theory of originalism (LA Times 2/15/2016) and his vast legal writings show Scalia as a rich explorer of constitutional questions. His legal writings were consequential, and his contribution to the law literature will be studied and applied for years to come. Justice Scalia's honorable service to the United States ought to be remembered and celebrated as President Obama looks to another qualified candidate to fill the seat.


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