ADAM J. WHITE: At New Smithsonian Museum, Justice Thomas Is an Invisible Man


Weekly Standard – When the Smithsonian opened the National Museum of African American History and Culture Museum last week, some of the day’s loveliest moments involved President Obama and former President Bush, celebrating the event together with their wives and the American people. And rightly so: the museum is a wonderful achievement, and long overdue. It should help to bring the American people still closer together, across racial or political lines, to celebrate America’s best legacies while (like the nearby Holocaust Museum) remembering some of history’s worst injustices.