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Happy 65th birthday, Justice Clarence Thomas

washington-thomasJustice Thomas was born 65 years ago this day in the little town of Pin Point, Ga. This tribute essay celebrates the Natural Law and originalist jurisprudence of Thomas, which mandates a synthesis between legality and morality. For 23 years now, Justice Thomas has almost single-handedly upheld a reverential respect, reliance and expertise for the original ideals and intent of the constitutional framers that is tantamount to the transcendent.

June 23, 2013 | 0 Comments More

JUSTICE CLARENCE THOMAS VS. JEFFREY TOOBIN

There are three things I hold as relative certainties in this uncertain, vexatious world of moral relativism: 1) God is in control of everything and every person in the universe and will one day settle all accounts, 2) the sun will rise tomorrow morning and 3) Justice Clarence Thomas will uphold his sacred oath he made 21 years ago “to protect and defend the Constitution against all enemies foreign and domestic.”

April 9, 2012 | 1 Comment More