Monday, 24 September 2018

Opinions P.M.: The staggering hypocrisy of Brett Kavanaugh

Opinions P.M.
Post Partisan
The staggering hypocrisy of Brett Kavanaugh
Kavanaugh doesn't seem to want Congress to dig into his private life. I guess now he knows how Bill Clinton felt.
Trump's most formidable GOP rival
Haley in 2020?
Republicans have yet another way to get the opposition to shut up
And they know full well who their opposition really is.
The WorldPost
The great AI duopoly
America and China's tech empires will one day cover the world.
GOP challenges New Yorker scoop with details in New Yorker scoop
New York Times executive editor says there was no attempt to knock down accuser's account.
The Plum Line
Even if he fires Rosenstein, it's too late to protect Trump from Mueller
Trump has trapped himself.
How can McConnell 'plow right through' now?
McConnell now risks a majority-ending fiasco.
Republicans will pursue their Supreme Court mission like a wounded machine at the end of a Terminator movie
It isn't intended to be pretty, (BLOG POST)
Republicans have created these eight problems for themselves and Kavanaugh
The GOP is in a hole and keeps on digging.
The Plum Line
Another female accuser just stepped forward. So why won't Republicans call in the FBI?
At what point do Susan Collins and Lisa Murkowski decide a further investigation is needed?
Ted Cruz bets on bigotry
There is no other plausible explanation for what Ted Cruz tweeted last Friday.
Science educators need to talk about the identity of scientists
Like many others, I fell for Brian Wansink's bad science. Here's how we can do better in the future.
Our economy is nonlinear. Here's why that matters.
Understanding what's starting to happen in the U.S. economy means recognizing that not all curves are lines.
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