"I've been on the Court for 16 years -- it's kind of hard to say that. It's like, what happened to my life? Do I even have a life?" mused U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas in an address at the Federalist Society's 25th anniversary conference in Washington, D.C., Thursday. The justice also spoke about his recent memoir, the judicial confirmation process and his idea of fun -- driving his RV and watching football.
Justice Thomas to Federalist Society: 'What Happened to My Life?'
November 16, 2007