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.
Democrats, who have no interest in living with the constraints of the Constitution, see little downside in destroying trust in the Supreme Court.
Yes, Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed. But that isn’t justice. Justice requires consequences for those who tarnished the man and lied to Senate Judiciary investigators and committee members.
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.
New York Times airs a claim from a Democrat attorney, failing to note the alleged victim denies memory of the incident.
The Senate Judiciary Committee report included several new tidbits that further expose the fraudulent nature of the claims of sexual misconduct against Brett Kavanaugh.
Grassley asked for an investigation into potential felonies committed by Swetnick and Avenatti in their accusation against Brett Kavanaugh.
NBC’s evidence really just shows a progressive activist harassing her friend to get her to lie that Brett Kavanaugh did anything untoward.
The Kavanaugh fight cannot and should not be solved by putting ourselves in others’ shoes. Reason, not empathy, is what is needed.
Somebody has to pay the price for an accuser withholding the allegations from the regular hearing process. Why should it be the man who did nothing but participate in good faith?
Anita Hill’s accusations against Clarence Thomas during his Supreme Court confirmation in many ways parallel those against Brett Kavanaugh.
Senate Republicans have taken unprecedented measures to encourage those who have made accusations against Brett Kavanaugh to share their evidence.
Michael Smerconish noticed something odd about The New York Times coverage of a new allegation: A sentence undermining the accuser’s story had been deleted.
While Christine Blasey Ford’s last-minute accusation upended the Senate Judiciary Committee, with Deborah Ramirez Sen. Charles Grassley and his team were prepared.
By discarding the basic standards of evidence and journalism, Ronan Farrow has set the Me Too Movement back.
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