It happens so often I should just create a keystroke macro to save time blogging about it, but, yes, once again, Dahlia Lithwick got something embarrassingly wrong when trying to criticize a right-winger, this time distorting a blog post by Randy Barnett about Justice Scalia to set up a future unfair attack on Scalia if he doesn't vote on the Obamacare litigation the way Lithwick wants him to. And Ed Whelan dismantles Lithwick's typically shallow analysis of the Obamacare litigation, where she, inter alia, misrepresents the arguments of lower-court judges on the litigation. Earlier.
Dahlia Lithwick does it again
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