Though he agrees with the recent decision not to hear a new case on the subject, Thomas points out contradictions in Supreme Court’s jurisprudence.
The MSNBC contributor invoked the racial slur during an early-Wednesday panel on the election.
Barrett was sworn in at an outdoor ceremony in the Rose Garden at the White House, with President Trump presiding over the proceedings.
A reinterpretation of Section 230 immunities could carry widespread ramifications for internet platforms.
All the hue and cry over what her nomination might mean to Obamacare is empty talk.
Justices Thomas and Alito outlined calmly why it creates real issues when the Supreme Court invents rights out of whole cloth.
Efforts to browbeat conservative justices into recusing themselves from any important Supreme Court case are standard fare from liberals these days.
The dissent is a striking reminder of the need for judges who are protective of the religious liberty guaranteed by the Constitution.
Far too many individuals and institutions are wedded to a narrative of good and smart Democratic-leaning states and bad and dumb Republican-leaning ones.
Michael Kruse writes in Politico about the Hill–Thomas hearings of 1991.