Sentinel: The Unlikely Origins of the Statue of Liberty by Francesca Lidia Viano reviewed
A very stupid outrage campaign is underway to stop the philosopher from taking an unpaid British government post
No matter what result you want to predict, you can find a poll to match it
The Democrats’ broad interpretation of the 14th Amendment is not a winner with the American public
‘Looks like she doesnt even exist! IT’S A FAKE NEWS CON JOB!’
Americans have no more of a moral right to dry homes and safe streets than those Hondurans do
‘I don’t think she believes anyone today in this field matches up with her. She’s looking for a rematch’
Don’t expect much until after the midterms
Jerry Taylor was embroiled in the controversy during his time as a student at the University of Iowa
The self-defeating Democratic campaign to undermine the Electoral College
‘See Steve Bannon’s comments on Bill Maher a week ago. That tells you everything you need to know’
Isn’t there a sinister side to an army of 17,000 citizen activists looking for damaging intel on Republicans?
The President’s support is why Kavanaugh prevailed where Robert Bork stumbled
President Trump has unchallengeable direct access to our smartphones, and can contact them all at the same time without our consent. Brilliant...
Instead Kagan described the importance of the court’s ‘reputation of being fair, of being impartial, of being neutral’
The Kavanaugh affair won’t end with his nomination. It will dog American politics for decades
And how many of those 650 names do you recognise?
The rage that is percolating in America will be exploited by the Democrats as they point to Kavanaugh’s presence on the court as a permanent blot on the judiciary
The Harvard Professor of Government speaks out about the protests from law students
We will never know the truth of the Kavanaugh case unless one of the two principal actors ’fesses up — and even then I wouldn’t be too sure
‘The hearings themselves have become a scandal,’ said the 37th president of the Clarence Thomas allegations in 1991. How right he was
‘Don’t quote me. They would kill me’: A professor speaks about Brett Kavanaugh and #MeToo at Harvard
Is the Harvard Law campaign against Brett Kavanaugh opening the door to an inquisition that could lay waste to its senior faculty?
If you don’t conform to the programme, you’re Not One of Us
If you are obsessing over someone’s skin colour, you are probably a little bit racist
As Lindsey Graham noted, Republicans have never done to Democratic nominees for the Supreme Court what the Democrats have routinely done to Republicans