Is the Supreme Court Securing Blessings of Liberty?

By Janine Morgan

The answer to that question is, "perhaps". In a recent 8-1 decision, authored by Justice Clarence Thomas, said that Chike Uzuegbunam, who was silenced by Georgia Gwinnett College officials, even after he had obtained a permit to proselytize and handout religious literature, can seek nominal damages despite the fact that the school ultimately changed course and Uzuegbunam subsequently graduated.

 The Justice that decented was none other than John Roberts. Does he believe in the Constitution? Is he upholding his oath?

As of late - NOT.