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The Pussy Claws Back

Powerful article over on The Guardian that everyone should take a gander at. In The Republican party is about to face the wrath of women, L.A. Kauffman argues that the Republican Party may have sealed its own doom by gratuitously angering women. The Party, she notes, seeming gone out of its way to infuriate women—with…

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Kavanaugh’s Performance

by Harvey Green I listened to parts of Kavanaugh’s performance yesterday.  Here is what struck me. 1. The man is an actor, or better yet, a phony.  His high dudgeon was in stark contrast to his other performances, e.g. the Fox interview and his appearance before the Judiciary Committee before this hit the fan.  He…

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Sex Predators Unite

It just keeps getting better and better, doesn’t it. Trump’s fav fellow alleged wandering hands guy, Brett M. Kavanaugh, keeps losing allies. Even his own Yale frat bros are beginning to drift away from him. The Washington Post is reporting that, “Three former Yale Law School classmates who endorsed Supreme Court nominee Brett M. Kavanaugh…

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Kavanaugh And Night Terrors

I am going to confess to you today. I am going to confess that I went to bed last night quite depressed. Indeed, desolate. I woke up this morning the same way. I was, and am, despairing because of Supreme Court nominee Brett M. Kavanaugh. Last night, I knew that the GOP would attempt to…

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Trump toys with firing Rosenstein to kill the Mueller investigation

By Marc Keyser, author of TheResistance.Blog Trump summoned FBI Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, the man is in charge of the Special Counsel’s Trump-Russia investigation, to the White House supposedly to fire him. There was a report in the New York Times that Rosenstein talked about secretly recording Trump and invoking the 25th Amendment to…

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Ford vs. Kavanaugh: Who Won?

So who won? Right now, it is impossible to say. As a liberal, and a Trump opponent, I think Ford did. I think she presented her case extraordinarily well, and controlled the narrative from beginning to end. But, come, let us confess. Others will see the affair quite differently. Many, and not just men, and…

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Hope?

There’s a point, way early in the morning, where you realise that the eastern sky has turned to blue. It’s not dawn – dawn comes later. But there’s a certain point where you realise that dawn is on its way. Tonight feels like that. Because this isn’t some glorious feminist sunrise where all women will…

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