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May 30, 2008


Stephen R. Steinberg

Is there a hidden message here about Justice Scalia's favorite restaurant? In addition to knowing what you can about the judge(s) one appears before, is it now necessary to try and handicap their favorite foods, as well as knowing whether they favor posh continental restaurants or cheap pizza joints? Or is it that conservative judges (excuse me very conservative judges) are also not going to be big spenders, and thus the slant of their opinions? I am confused. Help me understand the message of the article. Thanks.

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