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On Politics: This Week’s Biggest Stories

Judge Kavanaugh’s testimony has lifted questions about his neutrality and temperament, as good as a outcome his acknowledgment could have on a court’s already frail repute as an establishment clinging to law, not politics. [Read a story]

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Before a hearings on Thursday, dual some-more women came brazen with allegations of passionate bungle opposite a Supreme Court nominee. In a rarely surprising coming on Fox News, Judge Kavanaugh responded with an assertive invulnerability and vowed not to repel his nomination. [Read a story]

In an essay published Sunday, one of a women, Deborah Ramirez, purported that Judge Kavanaugh had unprotected himself to her during a dorm celebration during her beginner year of college. [Read a story] And on Wednesday, Julie Swetnick pronounced she had celebrated Judge Kavanaugh, afterwards in high school, during parties where women were verbally abused, inappropriately touched, done “disoriented” with ethanol or drugs and “gang raped.” [Read a story]

A common thesis joining all a allegations is complicated drinking. A enlightenment of tough merrymaking permeated certain buliding of high propagandize and college life in a 1980s, when binge celebration among teenagers reached record levels. [Read a story]

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Article source: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/09/29/us/politics/on-politics-this-weeks-biggest-stories.html

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