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In a 1993 New York Times article, a former law clerk of Clarence Thomas said he held a grudge against liberals.

The conservative Supreme Court Justice was resentful of the media coverage of his confirmation hearing.

"The liberals made my life miserable ... and I'm going to make their lives miserable," NYT reported he said.

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Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas told his law clerks he intended to serve on the highest court of the land to make the lives of liberals "miserable," according to a 1993 report from The New York Times.

Thomas, who was confirmed to the Supreme Court in 1991 amid contentious confirmation hearings, resented the media coverage surrounding his appointment.

In a conversation with his law clerks two years following his confirmation, The New York Times reported Thomas expressed his desire to serve on the court until the year 2034. »

U.S. Army private admits plotting attack on military unit

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Ethan Phelan Melzer, 24, of Louisville, Kentucky, entered the plea in Manhattan federal court.

It said his actions resulting in the charges occurred in part after the Army told him in early May 2020 that he would be reassigned to a unit that would be deployed overseas to guard an isolated and sensitive military installation.

They said Melzer planned to join co-conspirators to carry out a “jihadi attack” that would cause a “mass casualty” event and had told others that an attack would “essentially cripple” the unit’s “fire-teams.”. »

French center and left parties vow to bring in a bill to enshrine constitutional right to abortion

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announced on Saturday, June 25, the introduction of a bill to enshrine "respect for abortion in our Constitution," after the historic decision of the US Supreme Court to revoke this right.

This is why, as of today, with my group we are going to file a constitutional bill to include respect for abortion in our Constitution," added Aurore Bergé.

To prevent any hindrance to the fundamental right that is abortion, I propose, from Monday, the Nupes to introduce a bill to enshrine it in the Constitution, "she wrote. »

Gun school: America's latest answer to mass shootings - arm the teacher

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Attendees are told to bring along their own 9mm autoloader, a gun belt and at least 1,000 rounds of ammunition.

In the wake of the Uvalde shooting, parents of students who survived told me they wanted to see teachers armed.

During the exercise at the “shoot house”, Laura neutralised the gunman, but she also shot a colleague. »