The Tale of the Only U.S. Supreme Court Justice to be Impeached: To understand Clarence Thomas’ possible future, we looked to the past.

Harlan Crow Sure Isn’t Paying for Your Kid’s School: Of all that’s come out of the past few weeks, this is perhaps the most insulting.

Clarence Thomas and the Billionaire: Thomas Secretly Accepted Luxury Trips From GOP Donor.

Clarence Thomas Defends Undisclosed “Family Trips” with GOP Megadonor. Here Are the Facts.

Los Angeles Times reported about Justice Thomas’ gifts 20 years ago. After that he stopped disclosing them: It was 2004 when the LA Times disclosed that Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas had accepted expensive gifts and private plane trips paid for by Harlan Crow, a wealthy Texas real estate investor and a prominent Republican donor.

Clarence Thomas’s Billionaire Benefactor Collects Hitler Artifacts: Harlan Crow also reportedly has a garden full of dictator statues

Clarence Thomas Broke the Law and It Isn’t Even Close: It probably won’t matter. But it should.

Justice Thomas says he didn’t have to disclose luxury trips

ProPublica report alleges US Supreme Court Justice Thomas failed to report gifts: Despite the alleged gifts, Thomas’ most recent 2021 financial disclosure listed no gifts or explanations of any of the alleged improprieties. Virginia Canter, a former ethics lawyer, commented, “[W]hen a justice’s lifestyle is being subsidized by the rich and famous, it absolutely corrodes public trust.” This is especially true for federal judges with lifetime appointments.

Clarence Thomas and the generosity of a far-right dark-money billionaire GOP megadonor Harlan Crow, who is also one the most significant funders of political campaigns that put business before Thomas and the Supreme Court

Justice Clarence Thomas Takes Aim At Tech And Its Power ‘To Cut Off Speech’: Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas issued a concurrence in a case over former President Donald Trump’s Twitter account in which Thomas suggested that social media companies should be regulated like a common carrier, like a telephone company.

As Supreme Court takes up Google case, only Clarence Thomas has made his thoughts clear: Thomas’ point is that the 1996 law appeared to give internet firms protection from lawsuits in some cases – but not the broad immunity embraced by lower courts.

Justice Thomas sends a message on social media regulation. A Surprising Opinion From Justice Thomas May Signal an Ominous Shift on Free Speech. Justice Thomas suggests regulating tech platforms like utilities. The justice’s suggestion that social media platforms be regulated like utilities is particularly relevant to press freedom advocates. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas flaunted a dangerous ignorance regarding matters digital in an opinion

Clarence Thomas Declares War on Big Tech: Like a number of other modern conservatives, Thomas seems to think that Twitter and other tech companies are effectively censoring right-of-center views.