Brett Kavanaugh

GrokTV – Chris Christie dances a verbal jig over the Politico reporters word on This Week

I watch the Sunday shows (now that I have DVR capability back) so you don’t have to. I’ll tell you, Chris Christie (former NJ Governor and former Prez wannabe), was absolutely beside himself (no small order, that) and full of glee after the words of Politico’s Rachel Baid’s description of what would happen if the …

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And the Demcrats have given us…..The MOST Conservative SCOTUS since 1934!

Law of Unintended Consequence is how the Democrats did it – starting with the passage of Obamacare when they owned the Presidency, the House, and the Senate by majority proof  margins. The TEA Party movement flashed into being and the pushback on the Right hasn’t stopped. With the recent capturing of all three by Republicans …

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Twitter Wars: Our Kimberly Smacks Down Kirsten Powers

Since her departure from Fox, Kirsten Powers has transformed from thoughtful liberal to full-on FemiNazi, and has chosen to side with the howling mobs and shrill harpies over the Kavanaugh nomination, especially regarding the mob’s animosity to Susan Collins for doing the right thing and standing up for due process. Apparently Powers took exception to …

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U.S. Senate chamber

Get On With It

As I write this, Sen. Susan Collins has just announced her support of Judge Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court.  As I listened to her thoughtful and lengthy statement, I couldn’t quite forget the quote (possibly apocryphal) attributed to Dwight Eisenhower: “I made two mistakes and both of them are sitting on the Supreme Court.” Translation: …

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Quick Thought – seeking redress should not require police escorts for elected Representatives!

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances. While TEA Party folks like myself did protest and assembled …

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Dr. Christine Baisley-ford

Surprise: New Hampshire Democrats Not Applying #BelieveWomen to Their Own

If you have been following the Senate Judiciary Committee hearings on Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the United States Supreme Court, you know that the position of the Senate Democrats (and Democrats generally) is that Christine Blasey Ford’s allegation that Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her 36 years ago (when both were teenagers) must be believed (despite the …

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Lindsey Graham

Did Sen. Lindsey Graham (of all people) Spark a Republican Revolution?

The Kavanaugh Circus orchestrated, planned, and deployed to destroy Brett Kavanaugh may prove to be the very thing Republicans needed to get out and vote in November. Kimberly Morin, our resident Independent, who is not shy about calling out spineless Republicans, has sounded the siren call too. “…it is IMPERATIVE that the American people understand …

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Dr. Christine Baisley-ford

Did Dr. Ford’s Lawyer Fail to Tell Her She Could have Testified in Private?

Sen. Grassley extended an invitation to bring the entire Senate Judiciary committee, staff and all, to California, to hear Dr. Ford’s testimony in private. Wherever and whenever she chose. The offer was made to her lawyer. So why was she dragged across the country to sit front and center for the media circus? The question …

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