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Republicans who think Brett Kavanaugh was the victim of a character assassination are living in a kind of “Opposite Day.”

I’m just fascinated, I must confess, by the Republicans who think that Brett Kavanuagh was the victim of some kind of character assassination. And that picking a new justice to succeed Ruth Bader Ginsberg is some kind of “payback.” Seriously? … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Christine Ford and Brett Kavanuagh

Like most of you (at least those of you that live in the United States) I was completely engrossed by the testimony of both Christine Blasey Ford and Brett Kavanaugh in the 2nd round of the Kavanaugh confirmation hearings. So … Continue reading

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Remembering the Anita Hill hearings

As we head toward the 2nd round of Kavanaugh confirmation hearings, with Christine Blasey Ford prepared to testify, it’s useful to go back and look at the Clarence Thomas confirmation hearings, and the testimony of Anita Hill. Let’s go back … Continue reading

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Propaganda in Action: the tarring of Christine Blasey Ford

If you want to see an example of propaganda in action, you couldn’t do much better than to see the accusations currently being made against Christine Blasey Ford, the woman who has accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexually … Continue reading

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Rest assured, Brett Kavanaugh will be confirmed

For those of you wondering if Brett Kavanaugh will be confirmed: despite this morning’s circus, you can be assured he will be confirmed. All of the so-called Republican moderates (looking at you Susan Collins, Jeff Flake and Lisa Murkowski), useless … Continue reading

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