A Lesson From The Second Most Conservative Member Of The Supreme Court

Yesterday's Supreme Court decision that the police can take a DNA swab without a warrant from someone who has been arrested seemed like a foregone conclusion for this conservative court. A no-brainer. So imagine my surprise by the dissent of conservative Antonin Scalia. Preach on, brother.  

I don't think he subscribes to the brain dead notion of "If you have nothing to hide, why should you care if the police search you?"  There's hope after all. 

Side note: I had to look up "panopticon."