Clarence Thomas

SCOTUS is dirty. Let’s clean it up

By Mia Brett / November 28, 2022 /

Rightwing justices aren’t going to police themselves.

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Trust me, Ginni Thomas says. Democracy demands more

By John Stoehr / October 3, 2022 /

The truth is in plain sight.

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There’s no such thing as settled law anymore

By Mia Brett / July 27, 2022 /

These popular fundamental rights must be vigorously fought for the way we wish abortion had been protected when we had the chance.

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Actually, the Democrats are pretty good at messaging

By John Stoehr / May 12, 2022 /

The problem isn’t messaging. The problem is infrastructure.

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Ginniclarence Thomas and the appearance of moral corruption

By John Stoehr / April 5, 2022 /

Enter George F. Will for a round of pooh-poohing. 

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How the Senate can ensure justices are not above the law

By Madiba K. Dennie / April 1, 2022 /

Senators can start with a commitment to protecting women and advancing accountability for the judiciary, including the SCOTUS.

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Is Ginni Thomas a paranoid conspiracy theorist with prior knowledge of the J6 ‘coup in search of a legal theory’?

By John Stoehr / March 29, 2022 /

The question is her husband’s problem now.

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Ketanji Brown Jackson showed class. The GOP showed their ass

By Mia Brett / March 24, 2022 /

Apparently, CRT means “Black” now.

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Ginni Thomas is above the law

By John Stoehr / March 18, 2022 /

When elites are untouchable, democracy isn’t all that.  

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Could Texas’ abortion vigilante law sabotage the open-carry goals of gun-rights groups? Justice Kavanaugh seems worried

By Mia Brett / November 5, 2021 /

A bizarre twist of fate.

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