All Articles on Christine Blasey Ford

It’s time for the world to sit up and listen, because the work is far from over.(Photo: Screenshot) Views
Mukwege and Murad Nobel Win Amplifies Voices of Sexual Violence Survivors in Era of Kavanaugh and Blasey Ford
The importance of this win cannot be overstated
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"Your pain matters. Your experience matters." (Photo: Screenshot) News
Eve Ensler to White Women Supporting Kavanaugh: Stand With Survivors & Fight This Nomination
"I think we’re in the middle of a gender war. Trump is essentially declared a war."
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Computer mouse pads emblazoned with the "Secure the Vote" logo are displayed on a vendor's table at a convention of state secretaries of state in Philadelphia in July. Election security is yet another issue that will be on voters' minds during the midterm elections in November. (PMel Evans / AP) Views
Here’s a Reality-Based Battle Plan for the Midterms and Beyond
It is imperative that Democrats win, and win big, in order to bring the Trump agenda to a screeching halt
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Members of U.S. Capitol Police arrest a demonstrator during a protest October 4, 2018 at the Hart Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. Activists are rallying in protest against Supreme Court associate justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh. News
Ahead of Kavanaugh Vote, Trump Rebuked for "Disgusting" Last-Ditch Effort to Take "Women's Agency Away"
"We speak for ourselves, of our own volition, telling our own truths," said Ilyse Hogue, president of NARAL, in response to the president's Friday morning tweet. "For our freedom. For our future. Full stop."
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Given the choice between Young Ben Sasse and his cautious prudence and Mitch McConnell's outright cynicism and bulldozer politics, I'll take the latter every time, because at the very least it is free from what Mr. Lincoln once called "the base alloy of hypocrisy."(Photo: Getty) Views
Ben Sasse Is Sad. Ben Sasse Is a Hypocrite.
The Nebraska senator's "cautious prudence" on Brett Kavanaugh might be worse than Mitch McConnell's bulldozer politics
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More than 1,000 women and men lined the hallways and filled the atrium of the Hart Senate Office Building in Washington, D.C. on Thursday, demanding that senators vote against Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination. News
Mass Arrests as Thousands Descend on Senate Office Building Demanding Lawmakers Reject Kavanaugh
"Incredible scene on Capitol Hill right now, where thousands of anti-Kavanaugh protesters have taken over the Hart Senate Office Building."
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Supreme court nominee Brett Kavanaugh testifies before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Capitol Hill. (Photo: REX/Shutterstock) Views
Why the FBI’s Kavanaugh Investigation Is So Troubling
The feds did not interview key witnesses — including former classmates who claim they can corroborate sexual misconduct allegations and lies under oath
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Sens. Joe Manchin (D-WV), Lisa Murkowski (R-AK), and Susan Collins (R-ME) are now three of the key final lawmakers who remain undecided. News
Increasing Pressure on Manchin, Flake, Collins, and Murkowski—Heitkamp a "No" on Kavanaugh
North Dakota Democrat said "at the end of the day you have to make a decision and I have made that decision... I will be voting no on Judge Kavanaugh."
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Outrage over Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination grew Thursday after the FBI's investigation into sexual assault allegations against him wrapped up in less than a week, with numerous corroborating witnesses reporting that their calls to the agency had been ignored. News
'It's a White House Whitewash': Accusations of Kavanaugh Cover-Up as Dems Demand Release of Trump's FBI Directive
"The Trump party will set aside decency—and respect for survivors and women everywhere—to install the man the Kochs want on our Court, backed by dark money ads juicing up GOP voters. It's a very sad day for our country and the Court."
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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, Vice President Mike Pence, and former Sen. Jon Kyl (R-Ariz.) greet one another before a meeting in McConnell's office in the U.S. Capitol July 10, 2018. News
Amid Growing Outrage Over Confirmation Process, Corporate Powers Spending Millions to Help GOP Ram Through Pro-Business Kavanaugh
"When the American people say they are angry, they're right to be angry," says Sen. Elizabeth Warren
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