Understanding why Brett Kavanaugh’s appointment to the US Supreme Court was such a big deal, and will be so impactful.
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Everything the ACLU does today seems to be a function of its fund-raising. To be sure, it must occasionally defend a Nazi, a white supremacist, or even a mainstream conservative.
“Kavanuagh” is not derived from Hebrew, but nevertheless, with this Supreme Court nomination process running as emotionally high as it did, the joke still elicits either a smile or a scowl.
“What happened to the Kavanaugh family violates every notion of fairness, decency and due process."
The JDCA “is deeply disappointed, and issues a warning to Republicans who supported him."
After months of political wrangling the US Senate voted Saturday and confirmed Kavanaugh with a narrow majority.
Thousands of anti-Kavanaugh protesters rallied outside the Supreme Court and entered a Senate office building. Hundreds of demonstrators were arrested, including actress Amy Schumer.