In light of the pending SCOTUS hearing on two gay marriage cases, the camps opposing marriage equality are demanding that Justices Ginsberg and Kagan recuse themselves for officiating gay marriages in the past. These same folks however, seem to overlook or ignore when Justice Scalia provides the keynote address at the deeply anti-gay Arlington Diocese's 2014 Men's Conference last year.
Now perhaps, his address was generic and non-partisan....but his office requested that his speech not be made public. Curious.
Is it philosophically fair to demand recusal of Ginsberg and Kagan?