Tag: clarence thomas
Should we get rid of a 69-year-old judge and let the Republicans replace him with some 25-year-old wingnut? It's a headscratcher!
But how can James O'Keefe defend puberty if he hasn't even finished it?
Could Neil Gorsuch be deliberately fibbing in a dissent to push an anti-gay agenda? We are ever so shocked.
Trump touched more intel officials inappropriately, Eric Trump thinks his father's critics aren't people, and we got a new FBI director nominee to learn all about! Your morning news brief!
A loser speech, delivered to losers, by a loser.
Say goodbye to the filibuster for Supreme Court nominees, and hello to letting employers fire you if you aren't willing to die on the job.
Are BAD GUYS still entitled to a fair trial in the United American States? What's a little racism between friends, amirite?
Trump goes to war with spies, ICE goes after DREAMers, and Clarence Thomas's wife, Ginni Thomas, wants to protest hipster protesters! Your morning news brief!
What a shocking story nobody was expecting.
The boring old Supreme Court says North Carolina has to let everybody vote. How is that even fair to Republicans who passed the state's voter suppression law?
This kid really needs to pee, and SCOTUS won't let him.
Armstrong Williams, Ben Carson's business manager and longtime advisor, has been accused of sexual harassment by a former employee. Of course we have the icky alleged details!
Antonin Scalia did not get to write a dissent, because the devil won't let you do that in hell.
The U.S. Supreme Court decided Monday that the Constitution only allows racial bias in jury selection when it's a lot more subtle than that practiced by a Georgia prosecutor's office 29 years ago. The court overturned the conviction and...
In a stunning defeat for the backwater cousin-humpers of Alabama, the United States Supreme Court unanimously ruled Monday that the state's Supreme Court sure is dumb at reading the Constitution. The case stems from a nice lesbian couple in Georgia...
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia's corpse has not been rotting long enough for us to miss him yet because that's never going to happen, even if we live for a thousand years. But his death is already having some wondrous consequences...