AP reports on Scalia:
Conservative U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia on Wednesday called his 2004 decision not to recuse himself from a case involving Vice President Dick Cheney the "proudest thing" he's done on the court.
...Scalia refused to step aside from deliberations in the case, rejecting arguments by critics who said his impartiality was brought into question because of a hunting vacation that he took with Cheney while the court was considering the vice president's appeal.
He told students he would have recused himself if the case had involved Cheney personally, but that he viewed the situation differently because the vice president was acting in his official capacity.
"I think the proudest thing I have done on the bench is not allow myself to be chased off that case," Scalia said.
That's a piss poor legacy, Justice Scalia. I, for one, am glad you have accomplished so little.