Buono), Scalia said he was simply baffled that a Christian

Wrote but did not direct: True Romance A hipster with a screw loose marries a hooker with a heart of gold, steals a cache of cocaine, and flees to Hollywood with the mob and police in pursuit. Directed by Tony Scott, who gave the film a happy ending. Tarantino stands behind his original vision, but approves of the ending for the film that Scott made. Natural Born Killers Serial murdering lovers on the lam allegedly illustrate something about violence, media, and the American psyche. Directed by Oliver Stone, who altered the story so much that Tarantino disowned the final product. (Interestingly enough, Tarantino’s original script is much more clearly the dark satire on media glamorization of serial killers that the film alleges to be.) It’s Pat! uncredited, for his friend Julia Sweeney (who had a cameo in Pulp Fiction) From Dusk Till Dawn A pair of hardened criminals (Tarantino and George Clooney) abduct a preacher and his family http://www.polyvida.com/would-hit-a-girl-the-old-con-man-slaps-margaret-in-the-face/, then get ambushed by vampires in Mexico. Directed by Robert Rodriguez close friend in the business. Tarantino also produced. Crimson Tide Uncredited, but rewrote or added many scenes to include his signature pop culture references. Director Tony Scott went so far as to credit Quentin with saving the film, giving it what it needed to come “alive”. The Rock Wrote a late draft of the screenplay. Again, pop culture references appear, particularly early on.

His radicalism seeps out in strange ways. In one case decided in 2010 (Salazar v. Buono), Scalia said he was simply baffled that a Christian cross could be construed to represent Christianity. The case in question is a bit convoluted, but the details are important. A seven foot cross was erected on Sunrise Rock in 1934 on government owned land in the Mojave Desert to honor fallen veterans. The metal display has been repaired and replaced many times since, with the latest renovation completed in 1998. A former National Park Service employee, Frank Buono, sued to have the cross removed as an offensive symbol to all non Christian soldiers and their surviving families. In response to this challenge, Congress offered yet another violation of the Establishment Clause by using sleazy slight of hand to circumvent the Constitution. Congress sold a little plot of land on which the cross rests to a veterans group, thereby claiming that the cross no longer stood on federal property. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, which ruled the cross had to come down. Our largely Catholic Supreme Court then decided to hear the case.

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