Althouse has a video of Julian Bond interviewing Clarence Thomas.
He’s a fan of jurisprudence in general.
You're more of a Perry Mason style lawyer than a Johnnie Cochrane, more Clarence Thomas than Antonin Scalia. You save the speechifying for the court room, leave the impassioned arguments in your briefs. But, when it comes to dealing with reporters, you might be doing yourself and your clients a......
Talent is currently being sought for the HBO movie “Confirmation.” “Confirmation” is about Judge Clarence Thomas' nomination to the United States Supreme Court, and how it is called into question when former colleague, Anita Hill, testifies...Show More Summary
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RACISM IS EVERYWHERE: Garrett Epps determines that Clarence Thomas is “not a judge at all.”
"Thomas on the bench simply does not conform to expected judicial norms. He does not take part in the arguments before the Court. His decisions rest on unusual grounds, often not even mentioned in the briefs; he will not even air his idiosyncratic ideas at a time when others might engage them. Show More Summary
The “silent justice” has always marched to his own drum, and in the past year that drumbeat has become more distinct and strange.
As I sit here at nearly 1am, I fear I may be getting my second cold, 7 days from the previous one. I blame tourists. Clarence Thomas once wrote something very true about regulation, and the ever-growing power of unaccountable regulators:...Show More Summary
THE JUSTICE WHO STANDS ALONE: Giving Clarence Thomas His Due: For political observers, the story of the Supreme Court’s recently concluded term was the clash of two great colliding forces. On one side stood the Court’s always-unified liberal bloc, fortified by the apostasies of Republican-appointed Justice Anthony Kennedy and sometimes Chief Justice John Roberts, most […]
Little-known fact: Scooter Libby’s (yes, that Scooter Libby’s) wife, Harriet Grant, played a key role in the cultural flashpoint that was Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas’s confirmation hearing. In 1991, Grant was an aide to the then-chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee (some guy named Joe Biden). It was Grant who initially reviewed Hill’s allegations of […]
Last week when George Takei said some very, very ugly things, for which he has since apologized, about Clarence Thomas and his Obergefell dissent I decided not to comment. Seriously, A) Who cares what the Yoko Ono of the original Star...Show More Summary
Of the four dissents filed in Obergefell v. Hodges, the Supreme Court’s recent same-sex marriage decision, Justice Clarence Thomas’ drew a special kind of ire from left-leaning writers. One paragraph in particular has been quoted, with astonishment, over and over again. Show More Summary
Today, I wrote about the Left’s bizarre reaction to the Clarence Thomas dissent in Obergefell. Rarely have so many people been so unhinged by the idea that we have inherent rights and dignity.
Not everyone was as forgiving at George Takei’s racist comments against Clarence Thomas, like this young woman who refers to herself only as “Young, Black and Conservative.” Watch the video here. Wearing
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas is a worthy target of criticism from the left: His reactionary jurisprudence, if carried out to its logical conclusion, would invalidate much of the socially progressive legislation of the last century. But liberals' attacks on Thomas also have a tendency to foc
George Takei has apologized for calling Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas "a clown in blackface."