The Future "Cultural Archaeologists" Who Study "The Americanized Blacks Of 2013" Should Focus On PSYCHOLOGY And NOT POLITICS or ECONOMICS because THIS would be the most effective means of achieving understanding.WHEN A WHITE MILITARY...Show More Summary
When asked last week how he ended up the Supreme Court of the United States, Justice Clarence Thomas said, “It was totally Forrest Gump,” in a revealing—and hilarious—on-stage interview at last week’s Federalist Society National Lawyers Convention. Show More Summary
Althouse has the interview with Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas that is getting so much attention. I was active in a group of public sector EEO officers years ago when he was head of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and he graciously agreed to speak at one of our early conferences. He won over what could have been a very tough audience.
Discussed previously here, linking to an Above the Law item that is now titled "Justice Clarence Thomas Speaks!" but was previously titled "Justice Clarence Thomas Speaks — And Oh What A Speech!" I'm going to guess that the "And Oh What...Show More Summary
Justice Thomas has once again graced the Federalist Society with his presence for their annual fundraiser, without shame or apology, along with fellow justices Alito and Scalia. In their minds, this is perfectly fine for them to do because...Show More Summary
Clarence Thomas said about the work of the Supreme Court.He also said:Even the most boring cases are fascinating to me…. I love the cloistered life — I was in the seminary. I love my law clerks. I have this wonderful work to do.And,Show More Summary
Highlights from Justice Thomas's hilarious and heartwarming remarks at last night's Federalist Society dinner.
A relaxed and upbeat Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas told the Federalist Society Thursday night that he feels “obligated” to state his sometimes unorthodox views of the law, even if they go against precedent. “If you look like a fool,...
Washington (CNN) - Justice Clarence Thomas reflected on his long journey from childhood poverty to service on the highest court in the land, telling a conservative audience Thursday, "I have this wonderful opportunity to go to work everyday– I didn't always feel that way." A nostalgic and "grateful" Thomas sought to assure fellow lawyers and […]
This week, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) introduced a bill that would outlaw abortion after 20 weeks, on the premise that a fetus at that stage of development can feel pain. His Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act is a federal version of legislation that has been approved in 13 state legislatures, including Texas’.
Oklahoma State Rep. Mike Ritze forgot Clarence Thomas’s name, while being interviewed for a piece on MSNBC, so just referred to him as “the black judge.” “Maybe as we see more Republicans, there will be fewer and fewer liberal judges appointed,” Ritze said while explaining how the state judicary might change the course of abortion […]
United Nations Report - Drone Strikes Into Pakistan Lead To 400 Extrajudicial Killings Guardian: United Nations Indicates That US Drone Strikes Might Violate International Law How Clarence Thomas Got His Groove Back - Retaining His Support...Show More Summary
As Clarence Thomas, Herman Cain, and others have learned the hard way, the progressive establishment does not take kindly to blacks who undermine the official narrative by escaping the liberal plantation. Dr. Ben Carson joins the club: Dr. Show More Summary
We wonder what advice Justice Thomas would have for this similarly unfortunate group. Continue reading » Follow Above the Law on Twitter or become a fan on Facebook. Tags: Clarence Thomas, Dakota Garza, Education / Schools, Horatio Alger Association, Quote of the Day, Scholarships, SCOTUS, Supreme Court
Richard Cohen is a columnist for the Washington Post. He’s also a Roman Polanski apologist, a Clarence Thomas apologist, and a man who’s been personally called out for lewd behavior in front of a 23-year-old aide. So it’s no surprise that Cohen has absolutely nothing good to say about Miley Cyrus and her much ballyhooed twerk-happy [...]
Samuel Goldwyn Films now owns the rights to the documentary Anita, directed by Freida Mock, which documents the furor that erupted during the confirmation hearings for the nomination of Clarence Thomas for the Supreme Court. It revolves...Show More Summary
For the next 45 days, we'll be celebrating Reason's 45th anniversary by releasing a story a day from the archives—one for each year of the magazine's history. See the full list here. Writing in Reason’s February 1992 issue, Edith Efron...Show More Summary
From the August 4 edition of MSNBC's Disrupt with Karen Finney: Previously: Groundswell, Ginni Thomas, And Continued Conflicts Of Interest For Justice Clarence Thomas WATCH: After Trumpeting Journolist Claims, Fox Silent On Groundsw...
Believing they are losing the messaging war with liberals, a group of prominent conservatives in Washington -- including the wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas and journalists from Breitbart News and the Washington Examiner...Show More Summary