As much as we oftentimes wonder about the sanity of many of the members of the US Supreme Court, (much less their knowledge of the Constitution), we do sometimes get a pleasant surprise.
That's what happened this week  when the court ruled 9-0 that the town of Pleasant Grove, Utah did NOT have to remove a copy of the Ten Commandments displayed in a public park - overturning a previous appeals court ruling.
In his concurring opinion, Justice Scalia wrote:
(the city) "ought not fear that today's victory has propelled it from the Free Speech Clause frying pan into the Establishment Clause fire," as "there are very good reasons to be confident that the park displays do not violate any part of the First Amendment.
"The city can safely exhale. Its residents and visitors can now return to enjoying Pioneer Park's wishing well, its historic granary - and, yes, even its Ten Commandments monument - without fear that they are complicit in an establishment of religion," wrote Scalia.
The opinion itself was written by Alito by the way - one of Bush's three greatest accomplishments. (Other two? Roberts and the WOT)