Justice Scalia Rules Against Deep-Dish Pizza

"" reports, “Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia wants to be clear: deep dish pizza is not pizza.”

“In the case of Chicago-style v. Neapolitan, the famously conservative justice issued this ruling:

‘I do indeed like so-called ‘deep dish pizza.’ It’s very tasty,” … “But it should not be called ‘pizza.’ It should be called ‘a tomato pie.’ Real pizza is Neapolitan. [from Naples, Italy] It is thin. It is chewy and crispy, OK?’

“Scalia was speaking to students at the Chicago-Kent School of Law Tuesday while in town for a conference on judicial takings — the legal issue of when courts and governments can seize private property.”