This past weekend, Justice Clarence Thomas delivered a commencement speech to the graduates of Hillsdale College, advising them to “not hide your faith and your beliefs” in God and country.
Thomas acknowledged that in a world where students’ college careers have become more about ‘safe spaces’ and ‘privilege,’ standing up for one’s beliefs seems more like “a bygone era.”
The man who has served on the Supreme Court for 25 years suggested that students bring back that bygone era.
“Do not hide your faith and your beliefs under a bushel basket,” he demanded. “Especially in this world that seems to have gone mad with political correctness.”
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