Thomas Outraged in Dissent to Oneida Land Dispute

Calling it absurd that judges have supported a decision by the federal government to take New York land into trust for a tribe of Native Americans, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas said Monday his colleagues turned down a worthwhile case.

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Thomas Bemoans Lost Opportunity to Define Foreign Commerce Powers

A violent Jamaican pimp who ran an international prostitution ring before being arrested and convicted in the U.S, won’t have his appeal heard by the Supreme Court, much to the chagrin of Justice Clarence Thomas, who on Monday described the case as a golden opportunity to define the reach of the Foreign Commerce Clause.

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