A system of government that makes the People subordinate to a committee of nine unelected lawyers does not deserve to be called a democracy.

Escribe Antonin Scalia (oh, Antonin, Antonin). Lo reproduzco para tenerlo a mano en el futuro. En Scalia encuentro mi solaz.

Debo memorizar esto:

But for the sake of discussion, both right wing and left wing folks are bound to the exhortation of St. Augustine: “In fides, unitas; in dubia, libertas; sed in omnibus caritas.” That means “Let there be unity in the doctrines of faith, let there be freedom in matters of doubt and discussion, but in all things, let there be charity.”

Pero tengo una memoria terrible. (De nuevo el padre Angel, a propósito de ciertas paradojas, por así decir, que uno puede encontrar, o no, en la grey católica.)