Or at ScotusBlog live blogging the Supreme Court opinions as they come out?
Should be a very exciting Monday morning.
If you are bored waiting for either, here's a good piece about Scalia's dissents. Some highlights:
Morrison v. Olson (1988): The Court voted to uphold the Independent Counsel Act; Scalia was the only dissenter.
Frequently an issue of this sort will come before the Court clad, so to speak, in sheep’s clothing: the potential of the asserted principle to effect important change in the equilibrium of power is not immediately evident, and must be discerned by a careful and perceptive analysis. But this wolf comes as a wolf.