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Friday, October 20, 2006 

Scalia-Strossen Debate

Justice Antonin Scalia recently debated ACLU President Nadine Strossen about the state of civil liberties in the US. I missed it on C-SPAN last week when it was originally aired (because I had no idea that it was on). Fortunately, the good people at C-SPAN have the video archived on their website.

If you're looking for a summary of Scalia's points, CNN has a fairly decent story about the debate. For those of us who are familiar with Scalia's judicial philosophy, there are no surprises here. He clearly and forcefully advocates his views as always.

EDIT: C-SPAN is showing this on tonight's episode of America and the Courts.

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