Justice That Can't Be Ignored

Justice That Can't Be Ignored

"In remembering the legacy of extraordinary black Americans, why does Clarence Thomas always go ignored?" That's the question FRC's Ken Blackwell asks in a new column for USA Today. "Thomas's life trajectory, which took him from a broken family and brutal poverty in the segregated south to the United States Supreme Court -- where he is now the longest serving justice -- is exactly what we should celebrate this month and all year long," he argues. And yet, Ken insists, a lot of liberals like to pretend Thomas doesn't exist. Read why that's a mistake in his thoughtful piece, "Don't Forget Justice Thomas in Black History Month."