The Supreme Court said Monday that people convicted of domestic abuse can be prevented from owning a gun, in a case that prompted the first questions from Justice Clarence Thomas in 10 years. In a 6-to-2 decision, the court said Congress had intended to keep firearms out of the hands of domestic abusers. The question […]
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With the late Justice Antonin Scalia no longer on the Supreme Court, it was up to Justices Samuel Alito and Clarence Thomas to object passionately to Monday's decision that invalidated a Texas law imposing onerous restrictions on abortion clinics. Show More Summary
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas spared no criticism in his dissent today in the Texas case where the high court invalidated health and safety measures that have protected women from dangerous abortions and saved the lives of thousands of unborn babies. Thomas said the Supreme Court was doing the bidding of the abortion industry and […]
Should he stay or should he go? The wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas may have denounced the rumor that the controversial conservative may be planning to leave the bench next year, but that doesn’t necessarily mean the rumor is false. If Thomas does decide to call it a career in 2017, it will... Read more »
A series of photos captured by a Reuters photographer this month provides a glimpse into perhaps America's least-known branch of government: the Supreme Court. From inside the chambers of Justice Clarence Thomas to the spaces reserved for the families of each justice, the photos show a side of the court you may have never seen. Show More Summary
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by Ansel Herz Clarence Thomas wrote the majority opinion overruling her. Whitehouse.gov NBC News: In a so-far-sleepy Supreme Court term, Justice Sonia Sotomayor let loose a scorching dissent in a case involving the Fourth Amendment and police conduct on Monday. Show More Summary
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Conservative High Court Justice Clarence Thomas is considering retiring from the bench following the November presidential election, the Washington Examiner reported.
Could it be? Could Justice Clarence Thomas actually be considering retirement?
What is happening? Now there is talk going around suggesting that Justice Clarence Thomas, a reliable conservative vote on the Supreme Court, is considering retirement after this next presidential election.
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When it comes to abortion, for pro-life voters there is no more important issue in the presidential election than who will control the appointment process for one or more Supreme Court judges who will determine the fate of abortion for decades. With that in mind, nervous vote pro-life voters were concerned when initial reports came […]