New Chief Justice John Roberts had his own example. He said a law clerk might write him a memo claiming that another justice has a "wacky" approach to the law. Roberts wondered if he could fire the clerk, without being sued on free speech grounds.
Scalia said that the example was not a good one.
"Nobody's wacko here," he said.
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