European Court of Human Rights which upheld the privacy of a homosexual man who engaged in group sex. Scalia said the ruling prohibited nations in the European Union from grappling independently with the question of whether homosexuality is morally acceptable.
"Surely the binding answer to that question should not be decided by seven unelected judges," Scalia said, drawing applause from the crowd.
I love Justice Scalia. May he have a long, long life!
The single greatest wrong decision in the subpreme's history was the ruling allowing government to take private property to give to other private citizens in order to increase tax revenues. THAT is so counter to the Constitution and our founding principles that it may be the one ruling which does the most destruction to this Republic in the coming years. ... And you know how I feel about Roe v Wade and the fiat nature of that ruling.