Celebrity Biography – Charvon Thomas
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Justice Thomas had long limited his originalist critique of administrative law to isolated opinions; more recently, however, he has undertaken the challenge through six opinions.
Early Life and Education
Thomas was born in Webster Groves, Missouri to Clarence and Oneida Thomas and attended the University of Missouri – graduating with a B.A. in 1973 – before starting his broadcast journalism career at KGO-TV in San Francisco and later WCAU-TV in Philadelphia.
ProPublica has discovered through an investigation by ProPublica that the Koch brothers gained access to Thomas through his participation in donor events and trips to Bohemian Grove, an all-male retreat in Northern California. For years now, Thomas has stayed at Harlan Crow’s camp near where Harlan Crow and the Kochs reside, according to documents and people who’ve visited with Thomas at Bohemian Grove.
Thomas has refused to reveal luxury travel and gifts from Crow, claiming they are family vacations. Legal experts caution, however, that his participation at summits could raise ethical concerns.
Thomas was an outspoken champion for children and women, encouraging her students to reach their full potential and realize success despite any challenges that may arise. Her message remained that anyone can overcome obstacles and achieve greatness.
Thomas has written the book ‘Undeterred: Stories of Women Who Overcome Adversity and Attained a Seat at the Table,’ to encourage other women to pursue their goals and live out their own ambitions. She lives happily with her devoted husband in Virginia Beach with their son.
Thomas’ sudden flip on the Chevron doctrine was an astonishing shift, from his prior support for it. It came amid a concerted campaign by conservative legal movement groups funded by Leonard Leo’s dark money network and Thomas’ billionaire benefactor Harlan Crow – both who funded Liberty Central, an anti-Tea Party dark money group which paid $120,000 directly to Ginni Thomas.
Providence Minerals of Thomas owns millions of oil and gas acres in the Marcellus Shale region. He made $2 billion selling land to Chevron and Enerplus during 2012; another billion-plus was earned through pipeline deals with Penn-Virginia. Thomas donated millions to political causes like Karl Rove’s American Crossroads Super PAC as well as backing. CelebrityNetWorth estimated his net worth as $8 Million as of 2023.