A Lesson in Scalia-Ginsburg’s Bond for U.S. Presidential Candidates

Like the Houses of Hillel and Shammai, the two Supreme Court justices understood how to have a deep and healthy relationship with their intellectual or political opponent. If only our politicians could do the same, it would unite our country, instead of dividing it.

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The heaping praise that the political pundit class is justly awarding to the now deceased Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia for transcending politics in his personal relationships couldn’t come at a more...