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Tuesday, September 18, 2018
Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh testifies during the second day of his confirmation hearing on Sept. 5, 2018. (Photo: Zach Gibson / Getty Images file) Mimi Rocah, Barbara McQuade, Jill Wine-Banks, Joyce White Vance and Maya Wiley
The Allegations Against Brett Kavanaugh Are Not Simply a 'He Said, She Said' Situation
Prosecutors look for corroborating evidence — and there are strong indications already that Christine Blasey Ford is telling the truth about her attack
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Following the bill’s passage, a number of corporations made conveniently-timed announcements that their workers would be getting raises or bonuses. (Photo: @zacjanderson/Twitter) Lawrence Mishel
Further Evidence That the Tax Cuts Have Not Led to Widespread Bonuses, Wage or Compensation Growth
The bottom line is that there has been very little increase in private sector compensation or W-2 wages since the end of 2017
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In Yemen, the United States backs a grim military intervention for which—unless you are a weapons company—it is hard to find any justification, practical or moral. (Photo by Sebastiano Tomada/Getty Images Reportage Reportage) Rajan Menon
Yemen’s Descent into Hell
A Saudi-American war of terror
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Brett Kavanaugh has a clear record of lying under oath before the U.S. Senate. (Bloomberg/Getty Images)  Russ Feingold
We Know Brett Kavanaugh Has Lied Already
So as an illegitimate administration goes to work attacking the credibility of a brave woman recounting her assault, let’s recognize the enormously cynical hypocrisy: The nominee they’re desperate to protect is a calculated liar who uses dishonesty to advance his own career
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Brett Kavanaugh claimed he did not know that documents given to him regarding judicial candidates had been stolen, but attorney Lisa Graves said that claim is implausible. Graves, who now lives in Dane County, was a Democratic staffer and wrote some of the notes regarding judicial candidates that were stolen by Republicans from 2001 to 2003. She wrote that Kavanaugh lied under oath — an impeachable offense. (Photo: Associated Press) John Nichols
Brett Kavanaugh Should Be Impeached for Lying to Senate
Lying to the Senate should be a concern for conservatives as well as liberals, for Republicans as well as Democrats
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The Senate cannot move forward with this lifetime appointment to the highest court in the land without considering the results of a fair, non-partisan, and complete process.(Photo: Flickr) Lenora Lapidus
A Full Investigation Is Needed Into the Sexual Assault Allegations Against Brett Kavanaugh
We should understand more now, 27 years later, about the ways sexual assault and harassment cause lifelong harm — personally and professionally
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If you’re Paul Manafort, your days as a nattily attired Washington lobbyist and power broker are long gone.(Photo: Alex Wong/Getty Images) Bill Blum
After the Flip, What’s Next for Manafort, Mueller and Trump?
Although there are numerous Rumsfeldian “unknowns” in the mix, this much appears clear for each member of the trio
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Business-minded conservatives are trying to make it harder for these most vulnerable of Americans to survive. (Photo: Pinterest/Screenshot) Paul Buchheit
The Capitalist Manifesto: Let Poor People Die
The root of the problem is the condemnation of anything 'social' as un-American, which has helped modern-day capitalists to justify their belief in individual gain by any means
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