Thank Goodness

The courts got the decision right regarding strip searches: read about it here and here and here and here and here.


3 thoughts on “Thank Goodness

  1. drpezz Post author

    Thomas is a judge who asks no questions and seeks no new insight; his antiquated views and frightening silence as a justice, in my mind, only underscore the distance from the public in which he sits. While I found it quite humorous on “Boston Legal” that the characters played by James Spader and William Shatner had a goal of making Clarence Thomas speak during a case, this too highlights how out of touch he is as a Supreme Court Judge. In my view, albeit limited, Thomas appears to be a judge who rules in favor of establishment, corporation, and privilege rather than that of the individual and personal liberty. Of course, I have had the same criticism of the Supreme Court as a whole sine Roberts came aboard in 2005.


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