Brett Kavanaugh


The Supreme Court Celebrates the Fourth

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Summers were more fun those years when the Supreme Court started them off with good news. The Voting Rights Act may be dead at the federal level, but registering as many people as possible to vote is still legal … at least until next summer.

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Brett Kavanaugh’s Character Witnesses

This cartoon almost has fewer men in it than the “Women for Kavanaugh” bus.

I still think Kavanaugh will be confirmed, for the very reason cited in the Mitch McConnell panel. But the longer the process is drawn out, and the more Republicans have to defend him, the less time they have for other shenanigans leading up to the midterms.

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Centrist Mart

Hurricane Florence is just beginning to make landfall, and gas lines 30 miles north of me are exploding entire neighborhoods, and who knows how bad the news’ll be tomorrow. So I dusted off an evergreen idea I had, and shoehorned in a Brett Kavanaugh punchline.

The primaries that dominated the spring and summer were all about the choice between establishment centrists and actual progressives. Everybody knows I think centrists can go pound sand. They have no ideology. But now that the midterm general elections are coming up, vote for the milquetoast Democratic centrist on your ballot if you must.

I live in the deep blue state of Massachusetts, so I’ll be writing in Noam Chomsky and Tom Lehrer instead of any uncontested incumbent Democrat I can’t stomach.

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Brett Kavanaugh’s Rap Sheet

With all the plea deals and guilty verdicts going around this week, Republican members of Congress are scrambling to ram Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination through. Hopefully time’s running out before the public finds out he’s a scummy GOP hack who thinks Trump and all presidents should be above the law.

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