Justice Clarence Thomas’ Hard Right Conservatism Leaves His Hometown Perplexed

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PIN POINT, Georgia – Amid the chinquapin and moss-draped oak trees that line Shipyard Creek, a sign at the sharp turn off State Road 204 welcomes visitors to the small unincorporated Chatham County community of Pin Point, the birthplace of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas.  In what might be seen as a possibly unintended ...

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