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Justice Clarence Thomas is the second African-American appointed to the US Supreme Court. He is an Associate Justice, currently third in seniority, and has been on the bench s…ince October 1991. Justice Thomas is serving his eighteenth Term in 2009-2010. (MORE)
Clarence Thomas serves as an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, he succeeded Thurgood Marshall the first African-American to serve on the court to be…come the second to serve in that position. Please see related link below! (MORE)
not dead yet, but the nation is collectively hoping he'll relinquish life as the sour, bitter, ignorant fool sitting on the highest bench....and let someone with insight, hear…t, and intelligence replace him. (MORE)
Clarence Thomas is only the second African-American to sit on the Supreme Court. He was nominated by George H. W. Bush to replace the retiring Thurgood Marshall (the first Afr…ican-American Justice) in 1991. Thomas was made infamous during the Senate confirmation hearing, lead by Republican-turned-Democrat Senator Arlen Specter, when a former employee, lawyer Anita Hill, accused him of sexual harassment. No legal action was taken against Thomas due to lack of convincing evidence, but the Senate Judiciary Committee was split 7-7 in their opinion and sent his nomination to the Senate Floor without recommendation. Thomas is considered to be one of the most conservative Justices in the history of the Court. (MORE)
No, Clarence Thomas is still a Justice of the Supreme Court. Appointed in 1991, he has served on the Court for 18 years. Currently aged 62, Thomas will most likely continue hi…s conservative post another 20 or so years, and perhaps even fulfill his goal of serving until he is 86. (MORE)
Justice Clarence Thomas was never impeached, or even threatened with impeachment. He came close to being rejected by the Senate during his confirmation hearings because of Ani…ta Hill's allegations against him of sexual harassment when he was her employer at the EEOC. Since Thomas has been on the bench, he's done nothing to warrant impeachment. He is unpopular with progressives due to his extreme conservatism, but a justice can't be impeached for his views; that would be unconstitutional. (MORE)