If you’re looking for smart journalism about the legal and religious ideas of Supreme Court Justice Scalia, perhaps the most conservative Christian to ever sit on the court, try Margaret Talbot’s profile in the March 3 New Yorker (q&a with Talbot about the piece here). But if you’re enough of a Freudian to believe that the sex life of a Supreme Court justice matters, you have to read The New York Post, which reports that a student opposed to Scalia’s religiously-based support for anti-sodomy laws asked the good judge, “Do you sodomize your wife?” Scalia replied that the question was unworthy of an answer. We disagree, and we hope reporters will be as bold as that student. If you want to ban sexual practices enjoyed by the vast majority of the population because you think the Bible tells you to — and if you endorse orgies, as Scalia did in a speech to Harvard law students — you’d better be upfront about all your positions, even if the only you practice is missionary.