Sen. Susan Collins Feted as “Hero of Kavanaugh Confirmation” at High-Dollar California Fundraiser
“As you know, her actions during the Kavanaugh hearings have made her a #1 target among the radical left,” the fundraiser invitation reads.
Obama’s Resistance to Investigating the Bush Administration Allowed Brett Kavanaugh to Skate Onto the Supreme Court
One of Barack Obama’s first decisions after being elected president continued to haunt the country as Brett Kavanaugh was sworn in.
Yale Legacy Admission Brett Kavanaugh Is Now the Swing Vote on Affirmative Action at Universities
A decades-old policy is now facing a legal challenge from the same conservative movement that shaped the ideology of Yale graduate Brett Kavanaugh.
At Secretive Retreat, Evangelicals Celebrate Brett Kavanaugh’s Confirmation
Members of the Council for National Policy gathered in Charlotte, North Carolina, this weekend and discussed the path forward with Kavanaugh on the bench.
Every Right to Be Angry: Two New Books on Women’s Rage Are Timed Perfectly for the Brett Kavanaugh Debacle
Rebecca Traister and Soraya Chemaly explore the function of women’s anger in U.S. politics, but we need to look to the margins to see true feminist power.