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Bork on SCOTUS

In his continuing campaign to shame me out of ever writing again about law by saying everything I have ever wanted to say better than I could ever hope to say it, the esteemed Robert Bork, the best damn Supreme Court justice we never had, offered a grim reminder last week of what is at stake as our federal judiciary marches onward with its penumbra shoved up its emanation.

Check out his remarks at the Hudson Institute.

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