A reader writes:

The item you pulled from Volokh's blog was mislabeled. Ginsburg and Scalia were on the same side of the argument - equally skeptical of the censorship of video games. Ginsburg put the puck in front of the net, and Scalia fired a slapshot for the goal. Credit Ginsburg for the assist.

Another writes:

Volokh's post doesn't give any context for the quote, but Dahlia Lithwick's piece does (and this LA Times piece gives a good synopsis of the odd alliances this case has brought out). It's a good zing, but let's be clear: Scalia said the same thing Ginsburg was getting at, but got there faster.

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