Could Scalia Get Confirmed by Today’s Conservatives?

Justice Antonin Scalia is supposed to be a right-wing icon. He’s an outspoken defender of torture and once wrote that mere innocence is not a good enough reason to let an innocent man go free. His dissent in a landmark gay rights decision boiled down to little more than a paranoid rant against the "homosexual agenda."

Yet, if Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan’s opponents are to be believed, this same right-wing icon is far too liberal to sit on the Court.

This article was originally published in AOL News.