The ridiculous smear campaign against my law school’s recent name change to “The Antonin Scalia Law School at George Mason University” and its subsequent acceptance of a $30 million donation has taken yet another disappointing turn — one that has prompted me to supplement my previous commentary on the subject.

As BuzzFeed dutifully reported last week, the Faculty Senate at George Mason University voted 21-13 to “reopen the naming process” of the law school. Despite only three members being affiliated with the law school (all of whom favor keeping the new name) and the Senate having virtually no power over administrative decisions, several other faculty members nevertheless felt obliged to waste precious oxygen in what amounted to an attempt to slander both the late Justice Antonin Scalia and Dean Henry Butler.

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