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5A activity 2 - Obial 1 Jon Obial Prof. Owens Core 110...

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Obial 1 Jon Obial Prof. Owens Core 110 10/30/07 Supreme Court Justice Scalia On Thursday October 18 th , sitting Supreme Court Justice Scalia addressed the Chapel of Valparaiso University. The Chapel was filled with students and faculty and anyone else interested in listening. Justice Scalia’s speech was warmly welcomed by a long round of applause and a standing ovation. The main discussion of Justice Scalia’s speech was about the idea of originalism in the constitution and whether or not it should be used or to what degree it should be used when presiding over cases. Justice Scalia’s point of view came from his opinion that originalism doesn’t truly adhere to an ever-changing society. Throughout Justice Scalia’s speech, he addressed how originalism is incorporated in the decision of Supreme Court cases. Scalia provided examples of many different court cases and explained why he thought that it didn’t really apply to today’s society. Justice Scalia’s speech was very interesting and inspiring because of the great passion he spoke with. I felt that it was
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course CORE 115 taught by Professor Goss during the Spring '08 term at Valparaiso.

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5A activity 2 - Obial 1 Jon Obial Prof. Owens Core 110...

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