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Kavanaugh in the #MeToo Era
In the wake of the revelation of Christine Blasey Ford’s identity, some have suggested that her allegation against Brett Kavanaugh will be handled more sensitively than such accusations once were thanks to the #MeToo movement. That may turn out to be true, but only if at least one other woman comes forward with similar charges.
A Spectral Witness Materializes
The passage of time sometimes causes people to forget, sometimes to invent or embellish.
A “Penchant” for Innuendo
With one word, the New York Times attempts to cast a shadow on Brett Kavanaugh’s character.
Memo to Democrats: Upholding Norms Is a Two-Way Street
At the Kavanaugh confirmation hearings, Senate Democrats have undermined the decency they claim to uphold.
What We Can Learn about Abortion from the Thailand Cave Disaster
Ultrasound is like the cameras that captured images of the boys trapped in a cave in Thailand. It reveals the humanity of those inside a dark, inaccessible place.
The Kavanaugh Paper Flow
A review of all the paperwork that circulated through Brett Kavanaugh’s office when he was staff secretary would pretty much amount to a review of all the paperwork that circulated through the White House in those years, and yet would also reveal essentially nothing about Kavanaugh. It would mostly amount to a monumental waste of the Senate’s time.
Trump Picks Brett Kavanaugh
Judge Kavanaugh, 53 years old, has compiled an outstanding record during his twelve years on the federal court of appeals in D.C. On what is commonly regarded as the second-most-important court in the country, he has confronted a vast array of consequential constitutional and statutory issues and has written strong, influential opinions.