Since we're on a roll with the opinion polling this morning, here's another one to stick in your stocking: Just about two-thirds of Americans cannot name a Supreme Court justice. Ignorance is bliss, you say? The folks at the Center for American Progress would disagree (and we do, too). And since George W. Bush will name at least one high court nominee next year, probably in the mold of his two favorite justices, Antonin Scalia and Clarence Thomas, CAP wants to let Americans know just what they're in for -- even those who have no clue who any of these people on the "Supreme Court" are. Here are the "Ten Things President Bush Doesn't Want You to Know About Scalia and Thomas," courtesy of CAP.
Published December 21, 2004 4:43PM (EST)
By Geraldine Sealey
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