Originally Posted by Kid A
Arguably the most influential on the current court; even if I wholly disagree with his originalist theory, he almost single handedly engrained it as mainstream.
If Scalia consistently applied his "orignalist" theory, I could respect, if disagree, with him. But he doesn't. His vote on Citizens United is just one egregious example (there's no evidence that the "original" intent of the Founders was for corporations to be given the rights of individuals under the Constitution).