All Articles on Christine Blasey Ford

Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh speaks at the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Capitol Hill September 27, 2018 in Washington, DC. Views
Why the FBI Should Investigate 'Boofing'
Small lies matter — especially when you're asking to be on the Supreme Court.
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Will it be enough, though? (Photo: CNN) Views
Maria Gallagher, Ana Maria Archila and the Amazing Power of Everyday People Raising Their Voice
The elevator pitch that altered the trajectory of American history
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Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh speaks after US President Donald Trump announced his nomination in the East Room of the White House on July 9, 2018 in Washington, D.C. News
Amid Concerns of Narrow FBI Probe, Why Definition of 'Boofing,' Kavanaugh's Drinking Habits, and His Truthfulness Are Crucial
"If Kavanaugh can't be trusted to tell the truth about even the minor stuff, why should we trust him on anything else?"
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Maricope County sex crimes prosecutor Rachel Mitchell's memo on Dr. Christine Blasey Ford's allegations against Brett Kavanaugh came to a conclusion regarding whether she would advise a criminal prosecution against the judge—not whether he deserved a seat on the U.S. Supreme Court. News
Prosecutor's "Reprehensible" Memo Proves GOP Aimed to Put Accuser Dr. Ford on Trial, Not Brett Kavanaugh
"This is so irresponsible and plainly flawed. But this dishonest memo aside, the person Rachel Mitchell should be writing a memo about is Brett Kavanaugh. It's the veracity of his claims that count. He’s the person being considered for a lifetime appointment."
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"Whatever happens on the Court, in the rough times ahead, let’s do what Ana Maria did. Let’s let no one stand alone," Flanders writes. Views
It's Time to Call #TimesUp on Standing Alone
It's time to call #TimesUp on anyone standing solo against power.
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Believing in Activism Is How We Win
Enlisting more people to step up to participate and support activism—even at long odds—is the only way to win.
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President Donald Trump introduces U.S. Circuit Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh as his nominee to the United States Supreme Court during an event in the East Room of the White House July 9, 2018 in Washington, DC. (Photo: Mark Wilson/Getty Images) News
'This Is a Farce, Not an Investigation': Trump Accused of Rigging FBI's Kavanaugh Probe By Imposing 'Outrageous' Limits
"It insults the intelligence of the Senate and the country and is an act of profound disrespect toward Dr. Blasey Ford and all survivors of sexual violence."
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"The ACLU opposes the confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. There are credible allegations that Judge Kavanaugh has engaged in serious misconduct that have not been adequately investigated by the Senate," the organization said in a statement. News
Citing 'Extraordinary Circumstances,' ACLU Votes to Break Policy and Oppose Kavanaugh
"The ACLU's board of directors, deeply concerned by the allegations raised in recent weeks, has made a rare exception to its longstanding policy and voted to oppose the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court."
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Sparking Progressive Fury, Tom Perez Says DNC Would Continue to Back Any Democrat Who Votes for Kavanaugh
"The invisible chokehold of big money vs. people, vs. the testimony of women on gruesome display. Again."
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"Perhaps what with being a senator and lawmaker and elite and all, Sen. Graham could do something about the high rates of violence against women in his state," Cole writes. Views
Lindsey Graham Disregards Violence Toward Women, and His State Is a Women's Murder Capital
Graham’s tone deafness to rape victims is nothing new. He has consistently voted against the Violence Against Women Act.
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