There are three problems with Robin Pogrebin and Kate Kelly’s claims about correcting a smear against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh in a New York Times article Saturday.
A new Atlantic-published, adapted excerpt of the book attempts to resurrect Robin Pogrebin and Kate Kelly’s anti-Kavanaugh smears but once again has a major error.
It’s not that the reporters mentioned the most important fact and it was edited out by NPR. Pogrebin and Kelly have a pattern of omitting this detail, and other key details.
In a correction, The New York Times admitted the premise of its much-hyped story about an alleged incident with Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh was false.
“It just didn’t make any sense,” lifelong friend Leland Keyser told New York Times reporters about Ford’s allegations, adding “I don’t have any confidence in the story.”
New York Times airs a claim from a Democrat attorney, failing to note the alleged victim denies memory of the incident.
Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., alleges Fusion GPS worked to intimidate and harass him over his investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
The attorney for a woman who made unsupported allegations of sexual assault against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh admitted that she and her client Christine Blasey Ford were motivated by their support for abortion.
In his new stand-up special, Dave Chappelle is at his offensive best, taking aim at everyone. But one seemingly pro-abortion joke was surprisingly pro-life.
Col. Kathryn Spletstoser has attempted to derail the nomination of Gen. John Hyten to vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff by privately and publicly claiming without evidence that he sexually assaulted her.
The Air Force investigation found no merit to the dozens of unsubstantiated claims made by Col. Kathryn Spletstoser in the last couple of years, as well as a history of unsubstantiated claims levied against supervisors.
Of all the people in the world who are in a position to write an article poo-poohing Al Franken’s problems or fretting about journalistic excesses, Jane Mayer may be the very worst choice.
Nothing has turned out the way the Resistance had hoped. Far from their fever dreams of global chaos and economic catastrophe, the Trump agenda is turning out to be surprisingly successful.
‘The idea of resisting a democratically elected president and…really changing the norms on the grounds that we have to stop this president, that is where the shredding of our norms and our institutions is occurring.’
As the media carry water for sources who selectively released information to perpetuate a false conspiracy theory, it is worth remembering other recent times they claimed that transparency would have devastating results.
Sen. Michael Bennet and Rep. Jason Crow each took a turn calling for gun control at the Douglas County event before students streamed out in protest.
After years of dismal growth, during one of the weakest recoveries ever, business leaders saw in Trump an opportunity to juice the economy and gain back some of what was lost under President Obama.
The New York Times admitted on Thursday that the Obama administration deployed multiple spies against the Trump campaign in 2016, confirming recent comments by Attorney General William Barr that ‘spying did occur’ during the campaign.
It’s true that Joe Biden did his best to help Anita Hill, including concealing witnesses who would have been a disaster under examination. But even he admitted to his colleague that Hill was lying.
Joe Scarborough would have you believe that these actions are completely typical and normal, that informants are placed against campaigns all the time. If that’s true, who else are they doing it against?
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