I am not joking, although ultra-conservative justice Antonin Scalia may have been. He recently gave an interview to California Lawyer, the magazine of the California Bar. One of his less important remarks (to us hounds) was that the Constitution allows discrimination against women, or any other group except African Americans.
That's pretty controversial for a lot of folks. But here is the really controversial item. He said that NY pizza is "infinitely better than Chicago pizza." Also: "You know these deep-dish pizzas — it's not pizza. . . . It's very good, but call it tomato pie or something."
Any Illinois lawyers want to comment?