Scalia explains that if Judges are going to make the law instead of interpreting the law, then they have to be vetted for what kind of policies they are going to pass in their opinions. Scalia of course disagrees vigorously with judges who substitute their own will for the law. Nevertheless, as long as they do so, the people have a right to know what kind of laws they are going to pass in their rulings.
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