What won’t help Brett Kavanaugh are the kinds of arguments that many right-leaning commentators have made over the past week in response to Ford’s claims
I believe her
Ford looks reasonable. It appears that she’s only asking for a few more days to prepare
It appears that to allow Bannon to make any point (let alone win it) would be to risk the total and utter death of Zanny Minton Beddoes
They tried the same thing when they wheeled out Anita Hill during the hearings on Clarence Thomas
Left-wing foes of Republican judicial philosophy would be encouraged by the GOP’s humiliation
He describes himself as a ‘respected artist and ironist, persecuted by the government’
Is the Colin Kaepernick advert nothing more than a cynical marketing move?
In a democracy, policy is suppose to follow elections. But that isn’t how the anonymous New York Times op-ed writer sees it
What is wrong with 21st century liberals? Where is their willingness to go into battle against people they consider to be backward and dangerous?
In years to come, no one is going to talk about ‘kavanaughing’ a candidate
Free unaffiliated journalists are manoeuvering like partisan operatives
In previous decisions, Judge Kavanaugh has demonstrated faithfulness to the Constitution
Doing otherwise would be a great disservice to American audiences.
The White House Counsel has spoken to Robert Mueller’s team on three separate occasions.
Does more power lie with a president bound by checks and balances, or privately-owned media companies?
The Manafort trial has already dented Trump’s regular contention that Special Counsel is merely conducting a witch hunt.
The Infowars star has no right to say anything through Facebook or YouTube — which is seriously illiberal and more threatening than anything he says.
He’s committed to upholding the law and has meticulously reasoned opinions.
Like Neil Gorsuch, he appears to be your standard issue hard-line conservative but not a judicial Robespierre.
Feminists will be lining up to prevent the appointment of the Catholic mother of seven.
On the outbreak of the American Civil War, the magazine opposed the rest of the British press and supported the North against the slave-owning South.
Don’t we want the President to enforce the laws of the land?
Whomever he picks will surely move rapidly to overturn the key decisions that Kennedy, often a decisive swing vote, supported on abortion and gay rights.
‘My wife feels strongly about it. I feel strongly about it. Anybody with a heart would feel this way.’