With his wife moving and shaking in MAGA causes, SCOTUS Justice Clarence Thomas, who always just happens to vote the conservative line, had the nerve to accuse other judges of “asking for trouble” when they venture out of their lanes.
He may have called her, but he did not apologize.
But he was only the man running the hearings. What could he possibly have done?
Blue America slate of progressive female fighters aren’t just willing to go to battle on behalf of the vulnerable and the powerless, they are chomping at the bit to stare down these phony macho bullies once and for all. We need to have their backs.
Stuart Taylor shows us that GOP punditry is good work if you can get it. Journalistic integrity is not part of his job description.
Mark Paoletta, an attorney for President George H.W. Bush, insists the movie exploits the 'fictional' Republican War on Women.
Fox News, Fox & Friends Saturday, April 16, 2016.
Like William Rehnquist before him, Clarence Thomas perjured himself twice in order to get onto the Supreme Court. Part 4 of the series, "The Structure of Lies in Conservative Jurisprudence".
Fox News host Brian Kilmeade insists that Democrats in Congress were "playing the race" card when they walked as House Republicans were voting to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt. Kilmeade on Friday asked Geraldo Rivera "who looks
Newstalgia Thousand Yard Stare with 1991 in Review. NPR's All Things Considered do a review of the year and a look back a some of the stories that made news, or just our eyes roll.
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