Justice Scalia’s disastrous decision on religious freedom

Justice Scalia was no defender of religious freedom. On the contrary, Scalia authored Employment Division v. Smith, the landmark 1990 Supreme Court decision that all but erased the Free Exercise clause from the First Amendment.
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Justice Scalia: The 45 words — and original meaning — of the First Amendment

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia

Scalia, 79, who died Saturday, was a proud and most-recent Supreme Court advocate of “textual originalism” throughout his legal career and three-decade tenure as a justice.
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Self-Uniting Marriage Licenses Can Save Religion from the State

Inside the First Amendment

Justice Antonin Scalia fears that if the U.S. Supreme Court grants same-sex couples a constitutional right to marry this month then the state could choose not to recognize the solemnizing
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