Good thing Kindly Old Moderate George H.W. Bush named Clarence Thomas to the Supreme Court to replace Thurgood Marshall, since his wife has full access to the president to push.
Clarence Thomas hit a new high in Supreme Court decision writing: Thomas' case in point: Warrick Dunn, the author of the 2008 memoir Running for My Life: My Journey in.
And of course he's right. Tellingly, Thomas was the only justice in the Citizens United case who was willing to declare even the law's financial disclosure requirements unconstitutional. Thomas's psychology.
Clarence Thomas believes that criticizing him undermines the ability of the Court to protect "liberty." If he wants to do something to help the Court, I suggest that he resign.
Via Amanda Hess, self- (and by nobody else) described very funny guy Richard Cohen leaps to the defense of Clarence Thomas: Every 20 years or so, some woman surfaces to.
Great stuff from Andy Borowitz: Start apologizing the moment you hear her voice. Remember, like a bear at a campsite, Virginia Thomas does not want to eat you, she’s only.
Like Yglesias, I strongly recommend this piece from Jeffrey Toobin. Supreme Court appointments being political, various forms of diversity have always been a major part of the selection process for.
Given Joe Biden's promotion, Al Franken's new job, and an upcoming Supreme Court Senate confirmation hearing, it would be almost criminal for NBC not to put this video up on.