Professor Orin Kerr, 2007 recipient of the conservative Federalist Society's Paul M. Bator Award, identifies a recent piece by Andrew Napolitano as a prime example of when an op-ed is "filled with so many errors, misstatements, and plainly weak claims that the mere number of those becomes far more interesting than the argument of the op-ed itself."
Here's FOX News's Napolitano in his own words:
[I]t's clear that his plan is unconstitutional at its core. The practice of medicine consists of the delivery of intimate services to the human body. In almost all instances, the delivery of medical services occurs in one place and does not move across interstate lines. One goes to a physician not to engage in commercial activity, as the Framers of the Constitution understood, but to improve one's health. And the practice of medicine, much like public school safety, has been regulated by states for the past century.
From the other side of the political spectrum, Anonymous Liberal digs deeper into Napolitano's claims: