Alexandra DeSanctis of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America applaud the Senate for confirming Brett Kavanaugh and, more importantly, for standing up for defending some of the most fundamental principles of the American system of government.  They also sigh as former Attorney General Eric Holder says the legitimacy of the Supreme Court is now in question and only upcoming rulings can answer the question, and Justice Elena Kagan questions whether the high court is legitimate now that there’s no obvious swing justice like Anthony Kennedy or Sandra Day O’Connor.  Alexandra sounds off on a New York Times op-ed calling white women gender traitors who benefit from keeping the patriarchy in place.  And they roll their eyes as Columbus, Ohio, stops observing Columbus Day.

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  1. George Townsend Member
    George Townsend

    I have not agreed with New Times since I became conservative, in my twenties. But at least in those wayback years, before indoor plumbing became the rage, the NY Times could be counted on to at least put up valid reasons for their ideas, with good writing, and more spiritual argumentation than, “because I said so”. But nowadays they hire bad writers for their so-called op-page, and the radicalism they spew sure makes them seem like they miss the days of The Soviet Union.

    The op-ed writer who criticized Susan Collins for a wonderful speech is, aside from being racist, mean-spirited, and she ought to say so from the Senate Floor.,

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  2. Taras Coolidge

    Alexandra DeSanctis explains that many women are concerned about the men in their lives — sons, brothers, fathers, husbands — being destroyed by unsupported allegations like this. 

     As if only men are vulnerable to false accusations:  

    “In the 1980s, she raped me with a Coke bottle.  I don’t remember where, I don’t remember the date, I don’t remember who else was there — but she raped me!“


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