Civil rights groups cheered a decision this week in which the Supreme Court revived a lawsuit by the Alabama Legislative Black Caucus challenging the apportionment of the two houses of the Alabama Legislature.
HBO says "Scandal" star Kerry Washington will play Anita Hill in a film about Clarence Thomas' 1991 Supreme Court confirmation hearings. Continue reading ? The post Kerry Washington to play Anita Hill in HBO movie appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
Kerry Washington's staying in D.C. (or at least a set designed to look like D.C.) during her Scandal hiatus: THR today reports that Washington will star as Anita Hill in Confirmation, an HBO movie about Clarence Thomas's Supreme Court nomination hearings, which became highly publicized when Hill testified he had... More »
Kerry Washington will play Anita Hill—the woman who accused U.S. Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas of sexual harassment in 1991 which brought the issue of workplace harassment to national attention. Read more...
She is set to star as Anita Hill in an HBO movie about the Clarence Thomas Supreme Court confirmation hearings.
(Steven Hayward) As Paul reported here a couple days ago, Barron’s textbook publishing division produced a monstrous book equating Justice Clarence Thomas with fascists and the KKK. I too was stunned to see this from the Barron’s stable,...Show More Summary
The publisher of a standardized test preparation book has apologized for a section in one of their guides that compares Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas to the Ku Klux Klan, and offers both the judge and the racist hate group as examples of "reactionary/fascist" ideology.
The open minded and tolerant left strikes again! It was recently discovered in Barron’s test guides for AP European History a portion of it that compares Clarence Thomas (who is
Barron’s published the textbooks and said it will destroy all copies of the textbook, attributing it as a publishing and editing error. As the Washington Free Beacon reported, the textbook said: “The textbook defined “reactionary/fascist” politics as “Those who want things like they used to be. Clarence Thomas and the KKK.””
Put this in the you-can’t-make-up-this-stuff category. Barron’s Educational Series Inc., a private publisher of materials to help students prepare for standardized tests, included in its “Barron’s AP European History,” 7th Edition, a graphic that lumps conservative Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas with the Ku Klux Klan as “those who want things like they used to […]
In yet another example of how the extreme, un-American, hate-filled left has fully taken over our system of miseducation, an advanced placement history guide has been found claiming that African
(Paul Mirengoff) I’ve been warning for some time about the College Board’s effective mandate that AP U.S. History be taught from a hard-left perspective. But this report by Eric Owens of the Daily Caller leaves me stunned: The latest...Show More Summary
Possibly not since Clarence Thomas was nominated for the U.S. Supreme Court in 1991 has a high court candidate been so controversial.
JUAN WILLIAMS: America’s Most Influential Thinker on Race: Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas’s insights are reshaping law and policy for the better. Justice Thomas, who has been on the court nearly a quarter-century, remains a polarizing figure—loved by conservatives and loathed by liberals. But his “free”-thinking legal opinions are opening new roads for the American […]
Could it be? Did Justice Clarence Thomas ask a question during oral arguments at SCOTUS? No, but he did ask a question at Yale Law during a presentation, noting that he doesn't ask "irrelevant, useless questions" at the high court. [Legal...Show More Summary
There's not no entertainment value in watching Clarence Thomas erupt into a ocean of spittle in a furious dissent - especially with the ludicrous claim that this court has an "increasingly cavalier attitude toward the States." It's been going on a century since there's been a Court so solicitous of the pretended "rights" of the states. Show More Summary
"I am disappointed that a single Federal court judge disregarded the vote of the Alabama people to define marriage as between a man and woman. I agree with the dissenting opinion from U.S. Supreme Court Justices Clarence Thomas and Antonin...Show More Summary
Justice Clarence Thomas just dropped a big hint suggesting that he expects to lose -- and for marriage equality to win -- when the Court considers the constitutionality of marriage discrimination later this year. The post The Supreme Court Just Gave Its Clearest Sign To Date That It Will Side With Marriage Equality appeared first on ThinkProgress.