Black Conservatism Is Apparently Not Important Enough To Be in The New Black History Smithsonian

Black conservatives need not apply.

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Justice Clarence Thomas, the second black man to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court, is practically absent from the new National Museum of African American History and Culture.

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Anita Hill, the woman who accused Thomas of sexual harassment, however, is given prominent billing in the museum.

Another black pioneer of the judiciary has been excluded from the museum. Judge Janice Rogers Brown, the first black woman to serve on the California Supreme Court and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit (generally regarded as the second-highest court in the land) is also not featured. Brown is a George W. Bush-appointee to the federal bench and is a committed libertarian jurist.

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4 Comments on Black Conservatism Is Apparently Not Important Enough To Be in The New Black History Smithsonian

  1. That monstrosity called a museum is actually a tribute to Obama’s Marxist regime. The architect is a leftist, the director is a leftist, so anything connected to conservatism is by happenstance.
    BTW, It looks like a tomb, inside and out. If someone wants a complete knowledge of black history in America, it won’t be found in the halls of this Smithsonian white guilt/privilege reparation prop.

  2. C’mon, did anyone expect a fair shake? Excellent PS up there Fur BTW.

    I saw a link to this beaut in the story-Supreme Court Will Hear Ban On Offensive Trademarks.

    Offensive trademarks????? WTF? Now the fucking SC is going to tell us what is and what isn’t “offensive”???? Unfrockingreal. We are so far off the rails, there truly is no getting back.

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