|Leave it to Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia to argue that the Constitution does not, in fact, bar sex discrimination. Scalia's attack on the constitutional rights of women -- and of gays, whom he also brushed off -- is not just his usual mouthing off. His view is that the Constitution is stuck in the meaning it had when it was written in the 18th century.
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