December 09, 2004

Justice Clarence Thomas: Principled and Wrong

Publius has an interesting post on Clarence Thomas.

Thomas has a perfectly coherent jurisprudence that would (1) unfetter the executive in wartime; (2) allow state-established religion; (3) invalidate much of the administrative state; and (4) toss out all precedent that is deemed contrary to his perception of originial understanding. I don't know if "embarrassing" is the right word, but it's not too far off the mark.

"Activist" is another good word for him.

Posted by armand at December 9, 2004 11:58 AM | TrackBack | Posted to Law and the Courts

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