Scathing Scalia says Supremes are 'threatening our democracy'

In his fiery dissent to the monumental same-sex marriage ruling that legalizes gay marriage in all fifty states, Justice Antonin Scalia warns that the Supreme Court has become a "threat to American democracy."
"I join THE CHIEF JUSTICE’s opinion in full. I write separately to call attention to this Court’s threat to American democracy," he declared in the first line of his dissent. Though he said that the particular substance of  the ruling is "not of immense personally importance" to him, it raises an issue of "overwhelming importance: "Who it is that rules me." Accusing the other justices of "constitutional revision," Scalia said the decision ultimately "robs" the people of the "freedom to govern themselves"