"Most of the time the court is dealing with "bankruptcy code, the internal revenue code, [the labor law] ERISA -- stuff only a lawyer would love. Nobody's going to be watching that gavel-to-gavel except a few C-SPAN junkies," he said.If this principle were seriously believed, you'd have to be in favor of suppressing all the news.
"For every one of them, there will be 100,000 people who will see maybe 15 second take-out on the network news, which I guarantee you will be uncharacteristic of what the Supreme Court does."
October 20, 2006
"If I thought that cameras in the Supreme Court would really educate the people, I would be all for it."
"But I think it would miseducate and misinform," said Justice Scalia -- in the same speech as I linked in the previous post: