Thursday, October 18, 2018
How did the Democrats get rolled? The road to Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation started during the presidential campaign. Candidate Donald Trump demonstrated his political savvy when he produced a list of potential nominees, most of whom have ties to the Federalist...
Advertisement Supported by Susan Collins, Standing Alone, Makes Her Case for Kavanaugh Video Senator Susan Collins delivered a speech on the Senate floor explaining her decision to support Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court.Published OnOct. 5, 2018CreditCreditImage by Erin Schaff for...
Advertisement Supported by Do Migrant Teenagers Have Abortion Rights? Two Volatile Issues Collide in Court Image Activists with Planned Parenthood demonstrated last year in support of abortion rights for detained migrants.CreditCreditJ. Scott Applewhite/Associated Press By Robert Pear Sept. 29, 2018 WASHINGTON —...
Advertisement Supported by At Times, Kavanaugh’s Defense Misleads or Veers Off Point Image Brett M. Kavanaugh testifying on Capitol Hill on Thursday in response to the sexual assault allegations of Christine Blasey Ford.CreditCreditPool photo by Saul Loeb By Mike McIntire, Linda Qiu, Steve...
The allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh have once again sparked a reaction to the issue of sexual assault. In light of that, this tweet struck me as important: I think the GOP is wildly underestimating its peril with...
Lady of the Rings: Jacinda Rules Jacinda Ardern, one of the young, progressive leaders countering Donald Trump, talks about being only the second world leader to give birth. By Maureen Dowd At first, the skies were cloudless in the Land of...
Advertisement Opinion Supported by Whose Religious Liberty Is It Anyway? At his confirmation hearings, Brett Kavanaugh said just what religious conservatives — and Christian nationalists — wanted to hear. By Katherine Stewart Ms. Stewart is the author of “The Good News Club: The Christian...
In a recent story for Public Radio International reporter Marco Werman sited a shocking Bureau of Justice statistic that since 1978 the number of women in state prisons across this country has increased more than 800%. 800%! That rate...
There is no denying that Donald Trump’s election and Hillary Clinton’s defeat hit a troubling nerve for a lot of women in this country. The reaction started with the Women’s March the weekend of Trump’s inauguration, developed into on-the-ground organizing...
Dozens of women march in silence through a rainy cityscape. Heads bowed, dressed in red cloaks and white bonnets, it looks like a scene from Gilead, the theocratic patriarchy Margaret Atwood created in dystopian 1985 novel The Handmaid's Tale. But...

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