Where did Clarence Thomas work for before appointed?
He was the Chairman of the EEOC.
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He was born at home in a house without electricity or plumbing in Pin Point, Georgia south of Savannah.. Source:. http://www.gpoaccess.gov/congress/senate/judiciary/sh102-1084pt4/1015-1018.pdf.
He was born in 1948 of June so that would make him 59 but turning 60 in 2008.
George Washington appointed Thomas Jefferson as the first Secretary of State of the US (1790-1793).
Zero. Thomas Jefferson's predecessor, John Adams, nominated Federalist John Marshall to the office of Chief Justice of the United States in early 1801, just months before Jefferson's Presidential inauguration. John Marshall lead the US Supreme Court from 1801 until his death in 1835, a tenure that f…ar exceeded Jefferson's. President Jefferson did nominate three Associate Justices to the Court, however. The first, William Johnson, was nominated in 1804 and served until 1834. He was known to be independent minded and represented the ideals of the Democratic-Republican party. Jefferson nominated Henry Brockholst Livingston in 1807. Livingston served until his death in 1823, but disappointed the Jeffersonians by adopting John Marshall's style of jurisprudence, and voting with Marshall on most issues. Congress passed "An Act establishing Circuit Courts, and abridging the jurisdiction of the district courts in the districts of Kentucky, Tennessee, and Ohio" in February 1807, adding the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals and a seventh seat to the Supreme Court, which allowed Jefferson to nominate a third member of his party to the Federalist-leaning judiciary. Unfortunately, Thomas Todd, who served from 1807 until 1826, turned out to be the biggest disappointment of all, as he consistently voted with Marshall, and wrote only eleven opinions during his 19-year career. Historians consider Todd the least important justice in the history of the Court. Because two of Jefferson's three nominees fell in step with the strong-willed John Marshall, Jefferson had very little impact on the direction of the Supreme Court. ( Full Answer )
george w. bush did not tell Thomas Jefferson to write the Declaration of Independence. .
Yes, he is a Republican. Clarence Thomas and Antonin Scalia are considered the most conservative members of the Court.
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Justice Clarence Thomas is the second African-American appointed to the US Supreme Court. He is an Associate Justice, currently third in seniority, and has been on the bench since October 1991. Justice Thomas is serving his eighteenth Term in 2009-2010.
He was a lawyer, a writer, and an architect. he wrote about political philosophy and education . He was the son of a farmer, not a farmer himself.
Congress appointed Thomas Jefferson as the Minister to France.Thomas Jefferson accepted this appointment on May 11, 1784.
Technically, if you consider the president someone who presides over all the united states, there was no president before GW. However, many historians have discussed the fact that before the Constitution (and President GW), there were men who were leaders of the Continental Congress. Since they were… the leaders of the government (the congress) some have called them presidents, but they had no power over the states at the time, since the Articles of Confederation limited the power of the federal government. John Hanson was the first president of "United States in Congress Assembled" and it can be argued that he was the first president. But it is stretching the term president somewhat because all he really had power over was the congress. ( Full Answer )
No. Your insurance cannot actually be billed for a service prior to a service being received. However, your doctor can, and may even be required to submit, an advance referral, or request for a procedure to see in order for the service to be covered.. If your doctor is billing your insurance in adv…ance of services, and you cancel an appointment or procedure your insurance should not have to pay. However, many doctors due chage a "missed appointment" fee, which you personally have to pay for.. Since many people have limited coverage, billing insurance for services and procedures never received is a problem. You may also end up getting billed for a co-pay or deductible for a service you never received. ( Full Answer )
You can write Justice Clarence Thomas or the other Justices by sending a letter to:. Justice (or Chief Justice) (Justice's Full Name) Supreme Court of the United States One First Street N.E. Washington, DC 20543. From what I understand their email, and office phone numbers are kept private a…nd confidential. ( Full Answer )
Thomas Jefferson was President of the United States from 1801-1809. He never served on the Supreme Court. He did, however, nominate three Associate Justices to the US Supreme Court: . William Johnson: Served 1804 - 1834, died in office . Henry Brockholst Livingston: Served 1807 - 1823, died in… office . Thomas Todd: Served 1807 - 1826, died in office ( Full Answer )
Clarence Thomas serves as an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, he succeeded Thurgood Marshall the first African-American to serve on the court to become the second to serve in that position. Please see related link below!
The best way I know to explain this is to describe how the process has changed over the years. A long time ago there were no primaries or conventions. Party leaders met in "smoke filled rooms" and chose who the candidates would be. Obviously, this wasn't very fair to the voters. Only a few people co…ntrolled the nomination process. No one knew what secret deals were being made. Later, parties started conventions and brought a few hundred delegates together to choose a candidate. This widened the process, and eliminated some of the secrecy, but still pretty much limited it to a handful of white males. Reforms in the 1960s created the primary system as we know it. Now any registered voter can have a say in who the candidates are. Conventions are still held to write a party platform and kick off the campaign. Delegates that attend the convention still officially vote for and decide the nomination. They are supposed to vote for the candidate that the state's voters chose, and since the delegates are loyal members of the party, they almost always cast their vote the way they are supposed to. But if no candidate gathered enough delegates, the convention has to decide. Also, if for some reason no candidate was decided on the first ballot (voting round) then the delegates may start changing their votes on subsequent ballots. So, the convention is more of a formality now, but it is possible that the nomination could be decided at the convention. Candidates in third place may also have delegates at the convention, and if there are enough of them, the candidate might encourage his or her delegates to vote for the second place candidate. The combination of votes might put the second place candidate over the top. Have I confused you more? ( Full Answer )
No. Associate Justice Clarence Thomas is a staunch Republican, and widely considered to be one of the most conservative Justices in the Court's history.
Yes. In fact, Clarence Thomas is well educated. Clarence Thomas attended elementary school in a mostly white section of Savannah, Georgia, where he was harassed due to racism. He recalled in his memoir other children referring to him as "ABC," America's Blackest Child. He retreated into books and… his studies to escape the cruel taunts. Thomas was an honor student in an integrated high school, but his father transferred him to an all-white boarding school, St. John Vianney Minor Seminary, because of his interest in becoming a Catholic priest. After graduation, he entered Immaculate Conception Seminary in Missouri, but withdrew soon after because he encountered severe racism. At the suggestion of a nun, Thomas enrolled at College of the Holy Cross, in Worcester, Massachusetts, where he graduated in cum laude in 1971 with a Bachelor's degree in English Literature. He then entered Yale Law School, where he obtained his JD in 1974. ( Full Answer )
not dead yet, but the nation is collectively hoping he'll relinquish life as the sour, bitter, ignorant fool sitting on the highest bench....and let someone with insight, heart, and intelligence replace him.
Justice Clarence Thomas has been an incumbent on the US Supreme Court since 1991. He hasn't been replaced.
Justice Clarence Thomas was nominated by President George H. W. Bush in 1991 to replace Justice Thurgood Marshall, who was retiring. Thomas officially joined the Court in October of that year, and is an incumbent (still sitting). When the 2009-2010 Term begins in October, Thomas will have 18 years t…enure on the Court. ( Full Answer )
Eric Holder previously served as a judge of the Superior Court of the District of Columbia, United States Attorney, and Deputy Attorney General of the United States, and as a senior legal advisor to then-Senator Barack Obama during Obama's presidential campaign.. He was one of three members of Obam…a's vice-presidential selection committee. ( Full Answer )
Clarence Thomas is only the second African-American to sit on the Supreme Court. He was nominated by George H. W. Bush to replace the retiring Thurgood Marshall (the first African-American Justice) in 1991. Thomas was made infamous during the Senate confirmation hearing, lead by Republican-turned…-Democrat Senator Arlen Specter, when a former employee, lawyer Anita Hill, accused him of sexual harassment. No legal action was taken against Thomas due to lack of convincing evidence, but the Senate Judiciary Committee was split 7-7 in their opinion and sent his nomination to the Senate Floor without recommendation. Thomas is considered to be one of the most conservative Justices in the history of the Court. ( Full Answer )
The Supreme Court Justice one Clarence Thomas has been accused ofbeing very partisan in the past. Most of his decisions and judgmentshows that he supports the Republican Party.
Justice Clarence Thomas was nominated by President George H. W. Bush in 1991 to replace Justice Thurgood Marshall, who was retiring. Thomas officially joined the Court in October of that year, and is an incumbent (still sitting). When the 2010-2011 Term began in October, Thomas marked 19 years tenur…e on the Court. ( Full Answer )
Associate Justice Clarence Thomas is a staunch Republican, and widely considered to be one of the most conservative Justices in US Supreme Court history.
President George HW Bush nominated Justice Clarence Thomas to the US Supreme Court in 1991. He assumed office on October 18, 1991, and is serving his nineteenth year on the bench (as of 2010). Justice Thomas is currently third in seniority among the Associate Justices, behind John Paul Stevens a…nd Antonin Scalia, respectively. ( Full Answer )
No. John Marshall was appointed Chief Justice of the Supreme Court by Jefferson's immediate predecessor, President John Adams, in 1801. Marshall and Jefferson had completely different political ideologies and little respect for each other, so Jefferson would never have nominated Marshall.
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President Jefferson nominated three Associate Justices to the Court. The first, William Johnson , was nominated in 1804 and served until 1834. He was known to be independent minded and represented the ideals of the Democratic-Republican party. Jefferson nominated Henry Brockholst Livingston …in 1807. Livingston served until his death in 1823, but disappointed the Jeffersonians by adopting John Marshall's style of jurisprudence, and voting with Marshall on most issues. Congress passed "An Act establishing Circuit Courts, and abridging the jurisdiction of the district courts in the districts of Kentucky, Tennessee, and Ohio" in February 1807, adding the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals and a seventh seat to the Supreme Court, which allowed Jefferson to nominate a third member of his party to the Federalist-leaning judiciary. Unfortunately, Thomas Todd , who served from 1807 until 1826, turned out to be the biggest disappointment of all, as he consistently voted with Marshall, and wrote only eleven opinions during his 19-year career. Historians consider Todd the least important justice in the history of the Court. Because two of Jefferson's three nominees fell in step with the strong-willed John Marshall, Jefferson had very little impact on the direction of the Supreme Court. ( Full Answer )
Popes are not appointed, they are elected and nearly all have been cardinals before becoming the pope.
Yes he did he had one brother and another sibling but almost no one knows them or very little amount of records.
In 1990, Clarence Thomas was appointed by President George H.W. Bush to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. In 1991, following his one year of court experience, Thomas was appointed by Bush as an Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. Prior to his one year of judi…cial experience in 1990-1991, Justice Thomas's prior employment was Assistant Attorney General in Missouri, private law practice, legislative assistant to a U.S. Senator, Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights at the U.S. Department of Education, and Chairperson of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. ( Full Answer )
Justice Clarence Thomas was born in Pin Point,Georgia. He spent his childhood in Savannah, Georgia and later moved to Worcester, Massachusetts
Incoming President Thomas Jefferson, leader of the Democratic-Republic Party (formerly called the Anti-Federalists) apparently believed former President John Adams, leader of the Federalist Party, had appointed an excessive number of Federalist Party constituents to new justice of the peace position…s under the Organic Act of 1801. The Organic Act of 1801 removed the District of Columbia from the jurisdictions of Maryland and Virginia, and placed it under the control of Congress. The legislation allowed Adams to nominate an unspecified number of justices of the peace to handle low-level judicial work in the new territory. Adams appointed 42 men. Due to the last-minute nature of the appointments, the official paperwork commissioning the appointees remained undelivered when Adams left office. Jefferson purportedly found the commissions, discarded 12, reassigned another 5 to members of his own party, and allowed the remaining 25 to be delivered as intended. William Marbury and three other men whose commissions were never delivered petitioned the US Supreme Court for a writ of mandamus (a court order requiring an official to take a specified action) attempting to compel new Secretary of State James Madison to present the necessary documents. This action resulted in one of the US Supreme Court's most important cases, Marbury v. Madison, (1803). For more information, see Related Questions, below. ( Full Answer )
United States v. Lopez, 514 US 549 (1995) Answer Justice Thomas voted with the majority to overturn the federal Gun-Free Zone Act of 1990 as unconstitutional. Explanation In Lopez , the US Supreme Court overturned the federal Gun-Free Zone Act of 1990 as an unconstitutional use of t…he Interstate Commerce Clause. In the opinion of the Court, Congress overstepped its constitutional authority by attempting to pass legislation regulating public schools, traditionally a state's rights issue. Congress was unable to convince the Court that there was a legitimate connection between the legislation and commerce between the states. Majority Chief Justice William Rehnquist (wrote opinion of the Court) Justice Sandra Day O'Connor Justice Antonin Scalia Justice Anthony Kennedy Justice Clarence Thomas Dissenting Justice Stephen Breyer Justice John Paul Stevens Justice David Souter Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg ( Full Answer )
No, Clarence Thomas is still a Justice of the Supreme Court. Appointed in 1991, he has served on the Court for 18 years. Currently aged 62, Thomas will most likely continue his conservative post another 20 or so years, and perhaps even fulfill his goal of serving until he is 86.
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Justice Clarence Thomas was never impeached, or even threatened with impeachment. He came close to being rejected by the Senate during his confirmation hearings because of Anita Hill's allegations against him of sexual harassment when he was her employer at the EEOC. Since Thomas has been on the …bench, he's done nothing to warrant impeachment. He is unpopular with progressives due to his extreme conservatism, but a justice can't be impeached for his views; that would be unconstitutional. ( Full Answer )
Yes. Justice Clarence Thomas was narrowly confirmed by the Senate by a vote of 52-48 on October 15, 1991. His reputation was temporarily damaged as the result of a Senate Judiciary hearing in which a former employee, attorney Anita Hill, claimed he sexually harassed her when she worked for him at th…e Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). Although the Judiciary Committee concluded there was insufficient evidence against him to kill his nomination, the Committee declined to recommend him to the full Senate. Thomas has been an active member of the Court for 19 years. ( Full Answer )
Clarence Thomas was appointed by Republican President George HW Bush, and is considered by many to be the most conservative justice on the current Supreme Court.
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The President of the United States has the power to appoint officials to various departments and agencies. Some of those require the consent or confirmation by the United States Senate. To be considered, apply to the White House on its Internet page, or write a letter with resume and send to "The Pr…esident of the United States, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington D. C." Include the name of the position you want to fill, with detailed information about why you are qualified. You must be a United States citizen to qualify. ( Full Answer )
Beckett's predecessor as Archbishop of Canterbury was Theobald of Bec, who entrusted Beckett with a number of important diplomatic missions to Rome. He also sent him to study Canon Law in Bologna in Italy, and Auxerre in France, before making him Archdeacon of Canterbury in 1154. Following this, Bec…kett's offices included a number of benefices, prebends at Lincoln and St. Paul's Cathedrals, and the office of Provost of Beverley. He was so good at these jobs, and so efficient, that when the office of Lord Chancellor became vacant, Theobald recommended him as Lord Chancellor to King Henry II- the King was glad to welcome him into his new job. ( Full Answer )
well,clarence thomas is dead now but when he wasent dead he had a wife.he got divorsed and then remarried.befor he dide,yes he was married.just so you know:)
Clarence Thomas was the second African-American to sit on the Supreme Court. He replaced the retiring Thurgood Marshall (the first African-American Justice) in 1991.
Clarence Thomas has: Performed in "Revenge Is My Destiny" in 1971. Played New York Attorney in "Lenny" in 1974. Performed in "Beyond the Bermuda Triangle" in 1975. Played Sgt. Abuttu in "The African Queen" in 1977. Played Fisherman in "Shock Waves" in 1977. Performed in "Convention Girls" in 1978. P…layed Rude in "Angel City" in 1980. Played Nathaniel in "The Ordeal of Dr. Mudd" in 1980. Played African Warrior Mobuku in "Gorilas a todo ritmo" in 1981. Played First Man in Subway in "American Playhouse" in 1981. Played Cleaner at airport in "Nati con la camicia" in 1983. Played Chief in "Miami Vice" in 1984. Played Bus Driver in "Miami Supercops" in 1985. Played Policeman in "Cocoon" in 1985. Played Mr. Finch in "Vengeance: The Story of Tony Cimo" in 1986. Performed in "Scared Stiff" in 1987. Played Warden in "Happy New Year" in 1987. Played Wally Jones in "Superboy" in 1988. Played Stephen in "B.L. Stryker" in 1989. Played Serevent in "Extralarge: Black Magic" in 1992. Played Grand Prix Doorman in "Scam" in 1993. Played Lemuel in "Rosewood" in 1997. ( Full Answer )
Felix Clarence Thomas has written: 'The experience of students being on and overcoming academic probation' -- subject(s): Academic achievement, Underachievers, School failure, College attendance, Underachievement
Clarence Thomas Cummings has written: 'Interrelationships of principal's knowledge of reading, principal's leader behavior, teacher morale and academic achievement' -- subject(s): Teacher-principal relationships, Teacher morale, Leadership, School administrators, Rating of
Cyril Clarence Thomas Baker has written: 'Examples in practical mathematics' ''O' Level tests in alternative B mathematics' -- subject(s): Mathematics, Problems, exercises 'Introduction to calculus'