Kavanaugh Confirmation Will Likely Lead to a Blue Tsunami in the House

The good news is that Democrats now appear to have a better chance than ever at winning back control of the U.S.  House of Representatives with 30 days until the midterm elections. Some people even believe that the Blue Wave will turn into a Blue Tsunami. read more

Misspelled Tweet From Donald Trump Jr. Is a Call to War

To read what Donald Trump Jr. tweeted you’d think that he and his father had lost their battle to confirm right-wing Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.

After Senator Susan Collins finished her speech on the Senate floor yesterday, announcing her support for Brett Kavanaugh, the president’s namesake son posted the following: read more

Justice Kagan Warns of Supreme Court With No Swing Vote

Kagan and Obama should have a smooth path to confirmation

Last night, just hours after Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh appeared to have secured enough votes to be confirmed, a warning was issued by a current Supreme Court Justice.

Associate Justice Elena Kagan said Friday she is afraid that the high court going forward will not have a justice who will serve as a swing-vote on important cases. read more

Republicans Admit They Don’t Have the Votes to Confirm Kavanaugh

The clues were rumbling around Washington all day yesterday: Republicans don’t have the 50 votes they need to confirm Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.

While Democratic Senator Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota boldly announced she would vote “no” on Kavanaugh, several undecided Republicans failed to announce they would vote “yes” on Trump’s Supreme Court nominee. read more

Kavanaugh’s Former Yale ‘Drinking Buddies’ Ask Senate to Vote ‘No”

The longer the delay in Brett Kavanaugh’s approval by the Senate, the more people who come out against him.

For example, several former “drinking buddies” of Kavanaugh at Yale University are now calling for the Senate to vote against his confirmation because of his lie. read more

Former Clerks and Classmates are Abandoning Kavanaugh

Law clerks usually love their bosses and have undying loyalty to them for their entire lives. But yesterday three former law clerks for Brett Kavanaugh wrote the Senate Judiciary Committee saying they are “deeply troubled” by the allegations of sexual assault against him. read more

Democrats Denounce Kavanaugh Probe As a ‘Farce’

Democrats are very upset about the scope of the FBI investigation into Judge Brett Kavanaugh, saying that White House constraints are making it a “farce.” At the same time they are demanding more information about what exactly is going on. read more

Maryland May Soon Begin Kavanaugh Criminal Investigation

Law enforcement officials in Maryland have issued a statement saying they are prepared to conduct a state-level criminal investigation into sexual assault allegations against Judge Brett Kavanaugh. However, they said, a victim must  come forward and request such an investigation. read more

FBI Probe Will Send Kavanaugh’s Confirmation Down in Flames

Donald Trump and Mitch McConnell appeared upbeat in public last night. But the truth is that once the president ordered the FBI do a further investigation of Brett Kavanaugh’s background, his confirmation to the Supreme Court was put in serious jeopardy. It could even lead to criminal charges and loss of his current position as a federal judge. read more

Kavanaugh’s Bogus Defense Blames Democrats, But He Has No Proof

In her testimony yesterday Dr. Christine Ford made clear that even though she sent her sexual assault allegations against Brett Kavanaugh to Democrats in Congress, she viewed herself as nonpartisan.

“I am nobody’s pawn,” she said. read more

Top Lawyer Group Calls For FBI Probe and Delay On Kavanaugh Vote

Just before midnight eastern time last night, it was reported that the American Bar Association (ABA) sent a letter to Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Charles E. Grassley (R-Iowa) and ranking committee Democrat Dianne Feinstein (Calif). In this letter the top lawyer group in the country argued that it was time for the FBI to step in to Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation process. read more

Collins and Murkowski Are In Deep Trouble If They Vote For Kavanaugh

Based on results from national polls published over the past few days, Brett Kavanuagh is drowning. Never before has a Supreme Court nominee been this far underwater. Every poll has shown that he is the most unpopular nominee in history. read more

Kavanaugh Tried to Limit Payouts to 9/11 Victims’ Families

The bad news about Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh just keeps coming.

When he was first nominated by President Trump, we discovered that he thinks presidents are above the law, and can’t be indicted or subpoenaed while in office. read more

White House to Withhold 100,000 Pages of Kavanaugh Records

The Trump administration is planning to withhold over 100,000 pages of Brett Kavanaugh’s records from the George W. Bush White House, according to new information released Friday night. The claimed legal basis for the withholding of documents will be presidential privilege.   read more

Feinstein Demands Secret Kavanaugh Documents From National Archives

The top Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee, Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California, on Wednesday announced that she is “alarmed” that the National Archives have failed to give Democrats secret documents that have been requested concerning Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. read more

Over 100 Human Rights Groups Demand the Senate Reject Kavanaugh

More than 100 civil and human rights groups signed a letter sent to the United States Senate on Tuesday demanding that Congress reject new Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

The letter was sent on the letterhead of the “Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights” which is an umbrella group with over 200 other member groups. read more

Dick Durbin May Have Destroyed Kavanaugh’s Nomination With This One Tweet

The number two Senate Democrat, Dick Durbin of Illinois, sent out a tweet yesterday that may have destroyed Brett Kavanaugh’s chances of being confirmed. In the tweet, Durbin accused Kavanaugh of lying under oath during a Senate hearing.  He also attached a letter he had sent Kavanaugh in 2007 which contains proof that Kavanaugh had lied. read more