Thurgood Marshall was integral in defeating segregation through his arguments in Brown v. Board of Education. He was the first African American to be in the Supreme court. Yet, for some reason he has an article that amounts to a whopping two lines. that is just ridiculous. There isn't even a picture with the 'article.' Who wrote that? You think that thats enough? This 'encyclopedia', for lack of a better word, has twice as many lines and a picture for Harriet Miers, a woman who did not even get into the supreme court. How can you even call yourselves an encyclopedia when you have huge gaps like that? I know this gross miscarriage of information happened because he was a liberal and he was against the death penalty and he defended womens' rights to abortions, but why does that in your eyes negate everything he did? Why should that cancel out the fact that he was probably the most powerful African American in the country for a quarter of a century? You did the same thing to Ruth Bader Ginsburg. she might have even less of an article. she definitely deserves your respect. She was the second woman on the supreme court, and the first Jewish woman. she was also the first woman to be featured in two ivy league law reviews. Oh wait, i forgot, she has different opinions than the rest of you. that certainly makes her worthless. You conservatives spend so much time whining about the liberal media and then you turn around and do the exact same thing. An encyclopedia is supposed to be objective. you have not done that, so all you have managed to create is a long and boring blog page. Congratulations. if you really wanted to create an effective response to the perceived liberal media bias, you should have simply wrote an encyclopedia, being careful to be completely objective, now you just look like morons. And by the way, did you ever stop to think that the liberal bias only exists in your heads because you don't like the truth about things? I only wrote this to vent some steam about this ridiculous website, and i know that as soon as someone reads it it will be deleted. It just reeks of free thinking, and i know how much you conservatives hate that.
- All that time spent venting about this article could have been used to fix this article instead. Karajou 17:50, 9 July 2007 (EDT)
- Good point, Karajou. Liberal21, if you're still here, please realize that you can't force somebody into being interested in a specific article. Writing of information here is purely voluntary, and apparently none of the regular contributors are interested in writing about Thurgood Marshall or Ginsburg. --Ĥøĵĭmåçħôńğtalk 17:54, 9 July 2007 (EDT)