Andrew Morse makes a fine argument why the new federal courthouse rising in downtown Salt Lake City should be named after distinguished Utahn George Sutherland (1862-1942), who was a state legislator, U.S. representative and senator and Supreme Court justice, as well as a Mormon-friendly gentile.
Morse neglects one fact that makes Sutherland attractive to tea partyers: He was one of the conservative Four Hoursemen justices who kept striking down President Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal legislation that regulated capitalism. So he's a man Utah should embrace.
For me, that's one reason to dislike Sutherland. But it's only one against many reasons to like him.