Only Paul Mirengoff’s vacation to Europe this week kept the entire Power Line crew from assembling to kick around a few loose ends of the Kavanaugh saga. John Hinderaker and Scott Johnson joined Steve Hayward to analyze the prospects for the FBI investigation this week, the likely outcome at the end of it, and how it may affect the election only a month away. Scott and John also have kept a close eye on Keith Ellison’s run for attorney general in Minnesota, observing that the abuse allegations against him are the least of his problems.

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    John Hinderaker relates how even in “Minnesota Nice” the Guthrie Center has declared Powerline personae non grata. 

    It continues to dawn on Steve “Chuckles” Hayward that although he may think there’s a difference between his conservatism and Donald Trump, the powers-that-be in the Overculture don’t and will treat him accordingly.

    Furthermore, on the value of our billionaire populist President, “All those things we thought of as defects…”

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