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Fast Fix: A judge of few words (VIDEO)

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Copyright 2011
Monday, February 21, 2011; 12:41 PM

The Supreme Court convenes for its 2011 session tomorrow and when it does Justice Clarence Thomas will continue an amazing streak of silence. According to as recent New York Times story, Thomas hasn't said a single word in the Court's public arguments in more than five years -- a record of reticence that has no match in the annals of Supreme Court history. Why is Thomas so silent? And when might he speak again? We tackle those issues in today's edition of the "Fast Fix". And, don't forget to check out all of our "Fast Fix" videos here. And, if you have a topic you want to see us break down in "Fast Fix" just email chris.cillizza@wpost.com with it. Your Browser DoesNot Support IFrames.

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