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By David Keene
Allowing states to innovate could reduce dependency on bureaucracy
Topic - Clarence Thomas
Nevada's largest daily newspaper is telling Sen. Harry Reid to "quit the race-baiting already" after he embarrassingly referred to Clarence Thomas as a white man.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's description of Justice Clarence Thomas as one of "five white men" triggered a backlash Wednesday on social media from black conservatives.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has vowed to take action this month to try to combat the recent "Hobby Lobby" ruling from the "five white men" on the Supreme Court.
A landmark trial over whether Florida legislators broke the law and used a "shadow" process when drawing up new political maps for Congress was held behind closed doors for several hours Thursday.
APPRECIATION: Maya Angelou could not be pigeonholed. An uber social commentator of many perspectives, she was adorned with awards and accolades, and she wore them all well.
Apropos of a 22-year-old deranged student's slaughter of his male roommates, two coeds and another male student, as well as leaving 13 injured and in the hospital, I have been doing my research.
A bitter legal feud over Florida's political landscape has now made its way to the United States Supreme Court.
It's been more than 22 years since Anita Hill sat before the Senate Judiciary Committee in that famous bright blue suit - one she could never bring herself to wear again - to make the sexual harassment allegations against Clarence Thomas that transfixed a nation.
Alabama Rep. Alvin Holmes approached the House floor microphones during a contentious debate on an abortion bill and landed in the national spotlight by saying 99 percent of white lawmakers would want their daughters to have an abortion if pregnant by a black man.
Critical conversations about ‘where we go from here,’ to paraphrase Martin Luther King Jr., are lost when the ideas of achievement-oriented black conservatives are dismissed in the media.
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, who was born and raised in Georgia at a time of high racial tension, said race relations are worse now than decades ago — and that he actually experienced more grief from elitists in the supposed anti-slavery North than in the South.
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas can add another insult to the list of things "liberal elites" have attacked him for: his marriage to a white woman.
Radio host Rush Limbaugh accused President Obama on Friday of trying to do "everything and anything he can to link himself to" Nelson Mandela after the former South African president's death.
In the 16 years since that decision, "tribal commerce has proliferated and the inequities engendered by unwarranted tribal immunity have multiplied," Thomas wrote.
In dissent, Justice Clarence Thomas said he disagreed with the court's 1998 case extending tribal sovereign immunity to bar lawsuits arising from an Indian tribe's commercial activities outside its territory.