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Democrats are finally getting wise to the nature of the Republican Party, and shouldn't let the civility police trick them into unilaterally disarming again.
The lesson of the Kavanaugh fight is for the masses is to mobilize as if their lives and livelihoods depend on it—for many of them, it does.
Everything about the Kavanaugh pick stinks, and senators ignoring the full circumstances of his nomination are hiding like cowards from the obligations of their offices.
If we cannot make our democracy work better for every American—one that inspires admiration for and trust in our values—we face a world where another, more autocratic model might prevail.
The fact that Kavanaugh can’t be trusted to adjudicate Trump-related matters—or any principally partisan matters—is now abundantly clear.
Republicans were institutionally incapable of taking Blasey Ford's allegation seriously. To do so, they would have had to be willing to cut Kavanaugh loose, and all that would entail.
The backlash against Sen. Mazie Hirono (D-HI) shows that Kavanaugh's failure would be a setback not for the cause of justice, but for the bad faith style of politics that defines American conservatism.
The Republican Party is trying to maximize confusion about Brett Kavanaugh's past, and about Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation.
Democrats running in the Crooked 8 need you to volunteer now more than ever.
If the GOP's alliance with sexual abusers foils the devil's bargain to control the Supreme Court, it will be justice for Christine Blasey Ford, and poetic justice, too.