Clarence Thomas

Two NYT columns on Clarence Thomas show what we who were shut out by the subscription wall have been missing. Frank Rich looks at Thomas sixteen years later and at the kid glove treatment he got from CBS's Sixty Minutes. Rich's treatment is a pretty critical look at a man still consumed by his resentments, and still lacking any redeeming quality of judicial temperment, but a frequently interesting read.

Maureen Dowd, writing on the same topic, serves up another dreary helping of that patented bitchiness that seems long past its sell by date.

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