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Blasey Ford Hearing Open Thread II

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On September 27, 2018
Somebody close to Kavanaugh is saying to expect him to come in “a little hot,” as in his denials are going to be even more strident.  I’ve said all along that this seems like an unwise strategy in comparison to the “rough horseplay I’m sorry if there was a misunderstanding I’ve sobered up” slightly teary-eyed […]

Meeting the enemy

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On September 27, 2018

Good piece by Christina Cauterucci on the toxic bro culture that has given us Brett Kavanaugh: Alexandra Lescaze wrote in Slate this week that, as a high schooler at Washington’s National Cathedral

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Delusions of squalor

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On September 25, 2018
Because apparently I hate myself, I decided it would be fun to wander over to the putatively respectable right wing media, to see what they’re saying right now about l’affaire Kavanaugh.  (Those of you who really love nothing more than a ripe mango are invited to dip a toe in the Breitbart et. al. cesspools). […]

Justice denied

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On September 25, 2018

Bill Cosby has been sentenced to three to ten years in prison, which as I understand it means that he will serve a minimum of three years before becoming eligible for potential parole. I have nothing

#notmetoo

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On September 24, 2018

The standard line being mongered by sexual assault apologists about the Me Too movement is that it’s failing to make any distinctions between Harvey Weinstein-style serial rape and telling a cou

Life during wartime

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On September 24, 2018
The Latest: Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is expecting to be fired at the White House, after critical comments about President Trump. https://t.co/MvbBhDBgyf — The Associated Press (@AP) September 24, 2018 The reporting on this is still all over the place, but the latest indicates that Trump is firing the DOJ’s head of the Mueller […]
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