Our Seething Supreme Court Justice Airs His Tortured Soul
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It is frightening to know there is a tortured soul in Washington, D.C., who is likely to influence every aspect of our society for, possibly, four decades while barely containing a seething resentment over events that occurred more than 15 years ago.
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas's new autobiography has just been published. Titled My Grandfather's Son, it covers his life up to his swearing in as a member of the high court.
In the book, Justice Thomas speaks out in vivid -- and sometimes seething -- detail about the events surrounding his nomination battle, the charges of sexual harassment against him by Anita Hill and his memories of growing up poor in rural Georgia.
From National Public Radio.
It must be very satisfying to Justice Thomas that he evens the score against the liberal, high-tech lynching party with every vote he casts.
Can anyone think of a better reason to impose a 20 year term limit on Supreme Court Justices?
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