Scalia Says Criticism of Obama Non-Enforcement Appropriate
"U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia rejected criticism that he improperly went outside the court record in his dissent to last term's decision on Arizona's immigration law, saying his consideration of presidential remarks was appropriate," BusinessWeek reports.
"President Barack Obama's statements that his administration wouldn't enforce parts of immigration law, made after the high court heard the case, brought into question the government's arguments, Scalia said in an interview today on 'Fox News Sunday.' He dismissed criticism by U.S. Circuit Judge Richard Posner, who said Scalia's dissent read like a campaign speech."