I always got a kick out of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, his steadfast view of the founding father's interpretation, to the point where many of his rulings were absurd, IMO. Many times I remember his minority dissents arguing that a precedent was being wrongly set by the majority, usually siding with business.
Here is his replacement, Gorsuch, with Senator (and former Saturday Night Live writer) Al Franken grilling Gorsuch on a case where his judgment should be questioned. On a day when no one could pin him down, Franken points to his absurd ruling. Good stuff.