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A Tale of Two Sets of Rules May. 14, 2020

Laura Hollis

With each passing day, it becomes clearer that the United States has two sets of rules: one for the ... Read More

So Far, There Is No Reason Not to Believe Tara Reade May. 09, 2020

Ted Rall

Did Joe Biden finger-rape Tara Reade in the Capitol in 1993? No one knows but the two of them. (Give... Read More

What Was Good for Kavanaugh Should Be Good for Biden Apr. 25, 2020

Diane Dimond

Sometimes, the world of crime and justice collides with the body politic. This is one of those times... Read More

The Kavanaugh Roasters Hide Biden's Accuser Apr. 03, 2020

Tim Graham

On March 25, Tara Reade, a former Senate staffer for Joe Biden, made a disturbing accusation about h... Read More

The Smearing of Brett Kavanaugh Is an Attack on the Supreme Court Sep. 20, 2019

David Harsanyi

In the end, the Democrats' smearing of Brett Kavanaugh is about delegitimizing the Supreme Court ... Read More

Sorry, Biden. America Doesn't Want a #MeToo President May. 01, 2019

Betsy McCaughey

Presidential contender Joe Biden is under attack from fellow Democrats for how he treated Anita Hill... Read More

Anita Hill and Senator Biden Mar. 20, 2019

Susan Estrich

If you watched it, at least if you watched it like I did, it's almost impossible to forget. An intel... Read More

The Post-Kavanaugh Snooze Oct. 25, 2018

Susan Estrich

Were you angry? Could you hardly believe those men? I'm sorry to be Ebenezer Scrooge, or whoever the... Read More

Brett Kavanaugh and the Politics of Emotion-Shaming Oct. 19, 2018

Ted Rall

America squandered an important national moment. Judge Brett Kavanaugh wept. On national TV. For 45 ... Read More

After Surviving Confirmation Buzz Saw, Is Kavanaugh Too Bitter to Be Objective? Oct. 12, 2018

Daily Editorials

The Supreme Court confirmation process for Justice Brett Kavanaugh has run its course. No one should... Read More

Columbus Day, Yes. Indigenous Peoples Day, No Oct. 11, 2018

R. Emmett Tyrrell Jr.

WASHINGTON — I was wandering through the newspapers this weekend trying to find a cheerful sto... Read More

Survivor Oct. 11, 2018

Susan Estrich

I walked out of an alley more than 40 years ago, determined to fight. My mother told me not to tell... Read More

Fortunately, Our Society Is Not As Polarized As Our Politics Oct. 11, 2018

Scott Rasmussen

In the wake of the politically toxic dialogue of recent weeks, it's refreshing to note that 63 perce... Read More

Casualty Lists From the Kavanaugh Battle Oct. 09, 2018

Patrick Buchanan

After a 50-year siege, the great strategic fortress of liberalism has fallen. With the elevation of ... Read More

Democrats' Foul Tactics on Kavanaugh May Come Back to Bite Them Oct. 08, 2018

Michael Barone

"I can't think of a more embarrassing scandal for the United States Senate since the McCarthy hearin... Read More

Press Pack Set Aside Standards in Zeal to Smear Brett Kavanaugh Oct. 07, 2018

Debra J. Saunders

WASHINGTON — Of course Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh was angry. When he was about to w... Read More

Due Process in the #MeToo Era Oct. 06, 2018

Diane Dimond

The U.S. Constitution guarantees that no American citizen shall "be deprived of life, liberty or pro... Read More

Kavanaugh in the Crucible Oct. 05, 2018

Suzanne Fields

Brett Kavanaugh could play the lead in a new version of "The Crucible," Arthur Miller's celebrated p... Read More

We Are All Deplorables Now Oct. 05, 2018

Patrick Buchanan

Four days after he described Christine Blasey Ford, the accuser of Judge Brett Kavanaugh, as a "very... Read More

No Corroboration? Oct. 05, 2018

Susan Estrich

It was 40 years ago that Judge J. Skelly Wright wrote a decision for the U.S. Court of Appeals for t... Read More