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"If this works, it'll spread elsewhere." Completing what critics have denounced as a "legislative coup," Wisconsin's outgoing Republican Gov. Scott Walker on Friday signed into law a series of bills that will dramatically weaken the authority of the newly elected Democratic governor and attorney general, enhance the power of the Republican-dominated state legislature, and significantly roll back voting rights."This is the kind of thing autocrats do," Mother Jones journalist Ari Berman declared on Twitter. "A very dark day for democracy in Wisconsin."Breaking: Scott Walker signs lame duck GOP legislative coup stripping his Democratic successor of power & making it harder to vote. This is the kind of thing autocrats doA very dark day for democracy in Wisconsin— Ari Berman (@AriBerman) December 14, 2018 Walker's decision to sign the GOP's lame-duck power grab into law came after Wisconsinites engulfed the state capitol building to denounce the raft of legi...
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In California, the GOP scores below "no party preference" in voter registration, but much of the state's elites -- business leaders, prosecutors, judges -- have remained Republican, even as the party has moved away from overt support of unlimited capitalism supported by quiet racism and misogyny to overt racism and misogyny as a smokescreen for quiet support of unlimited capitalism. The latest casualty: California Chief Supreme Court Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye, a lifelong Republican, who had previously objected to Jeff Sessions' terror campaign against immigrants but who finally quit over the appointment of the rapist Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. Cantil-Sakauye also cited Trump's assaults on the judicial branch as reasons for leaving the party. “I’ve been thinking about it for some time,” Cantil-Sakauye said, adding that she talked it over with her husband and friends. Their consensus, she said, was that “you didn’t leave the party. The party left you." Chi...
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Many of the suggestions Manafort reportedly made were reflected in Trump's actions. Newly revealed government documents obtained by Voxinvestigative reporter Murray Waas show that former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort urged President Donald Trump to go all-out in attacking the FBI from the “earliest days” of his presidency.The records obtained by Waas shed more light on the communications between Manafort and the White House that special counsel Robert Mueller’s office alleges Manafort lied about even after he agreed to fully cooperate with investigators.Among other things, Manafort urged Trump to attack the credibility of the FBI as a way to undermine its investigation into whether the Trump campaign worked with Russian government agents during the 2016 presidential election.As one of Waas’s sources explains, Manafort wanted the White House to “declare a public relations war on the FBI” to “delegitimize” its entire investigation into the Trump campa...
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California Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye has re-registered as a nonaffiliated voter, citing Brett Kavanaugh
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There is a familiar checklist for extinction. We are ticking off every item on it. The idiots take over in the final days of crumbling civilizations. Idiot generals wage endless, unwinnable wars that bankrupt the nation. Idiot economists call for reducing taxes for the rich and cutting social service programs for the poor, and project economic growth on the basis of myth. Idiot industrialists poison the water, the soil and the air, slash jobs and depress wages. Idiot bankers gamble on self-created financial bubbles and impose crippling debt peonage on the citizens. Idiot journalists and public intellectuals pretend despotism is democracy. Idiot intelligence operatives orchestrate the overthrow of foreign governments to create lawless enclaves that give rise to enraged fanatics. Idiot professors, “experts” and “specialists” busy themselves with unintelligible jargon and arcane theory that buttresses the policies of the rulers. Idiot entertainers and producers create lurid...
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Tani Cantil-Sakauye has renounced the GOP. On Thursday, nonprofit news organization CALmatters reported that Tani Cantil-Sakauye, Chief Justice of the California Supreme Court, is renouncing the Republican Party and will re-register as "no party preference", citing the behavior of the GOP during the Supreme Court confirmation hearings for Brett Kavanaugh."I felt compelled to make a choice now. It better suits what I do and how I approach issues," said Cantil-Sakauye, who said she has been dissatisfied with the direction of the GOP and that her friends told her "your party left you" as she discussed the hearings with them.The GOP confirmed Kavanaugh to replace Justice Anthony Kennedy despite multiple allegations of attempted rape while Kavanaugh was in high school and college. In the process, Republicans from President Donald Trump on down ruthlessly dragged his accusers through the mud, particularly the first accuser, California psychology professor Christine Blasey Ford — and...
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The chief justice of California’s Supreme Court left the Republican party Thursday over the confirmation of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
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Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye of the California Supreme Court has quit the Republican Party over the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court earlier this year.
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Christine Blasey Ford made her first public statement since testifying against Brett Kavanaugh in September to present Sports Illustrated's Inspiration of the Year Award to Rachael Denhollander, the first woman to publicly accuse former USA Gymnastics and Michigan State University doctor Larry Nassar of sexual abuse.
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In a video statement for the Sports Illustrated's Sportsperson of the Year Awards, Christine Blasey Ford makes her first public appearance since testifying against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, who was accused of sexual assault. Ford presents the Inspiration of the Year award to lawyer and former gymnast Rachael Denhollander, who was the first woman to publicly speak out against former USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar in 2016.  "Her courage inspired other survivors to end their silence, and we all know the result," Ford says.  Hundreds of gymnasts, including Aly Raisman and McKayla Maroney, came forward and shared their stories of abuse. Nassar was later sentenced to up to 175 years in prison.  Read more...More about Sports Illustrated, Kavanaugh, Christine Blasey Ford, Social Good, and Sports
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For her first public appearance since she accused Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct, Christine Blasey Ford presented an award to the first woman who publicly accused former gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar of sexual assault.
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On Monday, the court announced that it would not review two lower court decisions that temporarily banned Louisiana and Kansas from cutting Planned Parenthood's Medicaid funding.
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More than 300 women followed the lead of Rachael Denhollander, who was the first to publicly accuse the former USA Gymnastics and Michigan State doctor of sexual assault,
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More than 300 women followed the lead of Rachael Denhollander, who was the first to publicly accuse the former USA Gymnastics and Michigan State doctor of sexual assault,
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A rush to impeachment now would backfire on Democrats. Instead, it’s time to focus on serious investigations. Like most Americans who retain some semblance of sense, I was happy to see what was in the sentencing memos offered by federal prosecutors regarding the fate of Donald Trump's former campaign manager Paul Manafort and Trump's former lawyer/fixer Michael Cohen. Those memos introduced new evidence pointing to Trump's likely involvement in a couple of criminal conspiracies.The most clear-cut evidence relates to Trump's involvement in campaign fraud. Cohen has alleged, with audio recordings to back him up, that Trump directed illegal payoffs to women who said they'd had affairs with him. Both documents also hint that Trump could be implicated in obstruction of justice conspiracies and some kind of involvement with Russian election crimes, but there is clearly a lot more information to be discovered and released before drawing any firmer conclusions on that front.Still,...
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The court's 5-4 conservative majority includes Trump appointees Brett Kavanaugh and Neil Gorsuch. While Trump has suffered a series of setbacks in lower federal courts since taking office last year, he has collected major victories at the Supreme Court. Most notably, the court in June upheld in a 5-4 ruling Trump's travel ban targeting people from several Muslim-majority countries, with Gorsuch casting a pivotal vote, after lower courts had blocked the policy.
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Time magazine will name its “Person of the Year” for 2018 in December. This year’s shortlist includes Christine Blasey Ford, the California academic who presented powerful testimony before the US Senate alleging historic abuse at the hands of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. President Trump himself is also shortlisted, as is Robert Mueller, the FBI special counsel carrying out a long-running investigation into alleged Russian attempts to meddle in the 2016 US presidential election.
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The court's 5-4 conservative majority includes Trump appointees Brett Kavanaugh and Neil Gorsuch. While Trump has suffered a series of setbacks in lower federal courts since taking office last year, he has collected major victories at the Supreme Court. Most notably, the court in June upheld in a 5-4 ruling Trump's travel ban targeting people from several Muslim-majority countries, with Gorsuch casting a pivotal vote, after lower courts had blocked the policy.
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The Supreme Court on Monday refused to take cases involving Medicaid lawsuits, with Justices Thomas, Alito, and Gorsuch expressing concern that some of their colleagues – likely meaning John Roberts and Brett Kavanaugh – are “abdicating our judicial duty” because the cases involve Planned Parenthood, which many Americans equate with abortion rights.
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Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Brett Kavanaugh unexpectedly aligned with four liberal justices in declining to review the petitions that would have placed a ban on abortion providers. Defunding Planned Parenthood has been a key priority for Republicans, with Mr Kavanaugh’s controversial confirmation sparking concerns among reproductive rights activist that he would back moves to overturn or restrict legal rights and access to abortions. The top court left the rulings from the lower court that halted Kansas and Louisiana from revoking public healthcare funding from Planned Parenthood and its affiliates.
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The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to review rulings that blocked states from cutting off public funding to Planned Parenthood — with freshman Justice Brett Kavanaugh siding with the court’s liberals. The justices left in place decisions by two lower courts that stopped Kansas and Louisiana from stripping Medicaid money from the reproductive health...
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The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected appeals by Louisiana and Kansas seeking to end their public funding to women's healthcare and abortion provider Planned Parenthood through the Medicaid program, with President Donald Trump's appointee Brett Kavanaugh among the justices who rebuffed the states.
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The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected appeals by Louisiana and Kansas seeking to end their public funding to women's healthcare and abortion provider Planned Parenthood through the Medicaid program, with President Donald Trump's appointee Brett Kavanaugh among the justices who rebuffed the states.
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The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected appeals by Louisiana and Kansas seeking to end their public funding to women's healthcare and abortion provider Planned Parenthood through the Medicaid program, with President Donald Trump's appointee Brett Kavanaugh among the justices who rebuffed the states.
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The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected appeals by Louisiana and Kansas seeking to end their public funding to women's healthcare and abortion provider Planned Parenthood through the Medicaid program, with President Donald Trump's appointee Brett Kavanaugh among the justices who rebuffed the states.
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The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected appeals by Louisiana and Kansas seeking to end their public funding to women's healthcare and abortion provider Planned Parenthood through the Medicaid program, with President Donald Trump's appointee Brett Kavanaugh among the justices who rebuffed the states.
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The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected appeals by Louisiana and Kansas seeking to end their public funding to women's healthcare and abortion provider Planned Parenthood through the Medicaid program, with President Donald Trump's appointee Brett Kavanaugh among the justices who rebuffed the states.
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The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected appeals by Louisiana and Kansas seeking to end their public funding to women's healthcare and abortion provider Planned Parenthood through the Medicaid program, with President Donald Trump's appointee Brett Kavanaugh among the justices who rebuffed the states.
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The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected appeals by Louisiana and Kansas seeking to end their public funding to women's healthcare and abortion provider Planned Parenthood through the Medicaid program, with President Donald Trump's appointee Brett Kavanaugh among the justices who rebuffed the states.
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The court's decision would have been reversed had either Justice Brett Kavanaugh or Chief Justice John Roberts wanted to take up the case.
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The 6-3 denial is a big victory for health care rights — for now. On Monday, the Supreme Court denied appeal of two lower court rulings against state laws terminating Medicaid contracts with Planned Parenthood — leaving intact decisions that protected the provider in a victory for health care and reproductive rights activists.The decision to deny certiorari was 6-3, with Chief Justice John Roberts and embattled new Justice Brett Kavanaugh siding with Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Stephen Breyer, Sonia Sotomayor, and Elena Kagan, over the objections of Justices Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito, and Neil Gorsuch. It takes four justices to grant certiorari to a case.The cases originate with Louisiana and Kansas' attempts to "defund" Planned Parenthood following the discredited 2015 video from anti-choice activist David Daleiden and the Center for Medical Progress, which was deceptively edited to make it look like Planned Parenthood technicians were selling the body parts of aborted...
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Conservative Justices John Roberts and Brett Kavanaugh sided with their liberal colleagues on the issue
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Republicans apparently have not learned much from what happened in the Alabama Senate race. The Wall Street Journal's new interview with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) is, for the most part, full of the usual bland dodges and preemptive scapegoating of Democrats for any potential setback to his party.But one particular comment of his, when discussing possible Senate election opportunities for Republicans in 2020, was a lot more eye-opening."If you look at a map of America, there's a lot of red," he said, noting one obvious 2020 pickup opportunity for the GOP: Democratic Sen. Doug Jones's Alabama seat.Mr. McConnell called Mr. Jones' victory over Republican Roy Moore "the Alabama mistake in 2017"—when Mr. Moore, in a special election, faced multiple allegations of sexual misconduct.McConnell believes it was a "mistake" for voters in Alabama not to choose Roy Moore, who was credibly accused of molesting multiple teenage girls, over Doug Jones, a prosecutor who locke...
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Justice Brett Kavanaugh is a boon to telecom companies like Spectrum Cable and Comcast, which want the freedom to choose what "speeches" they carry.
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After Bush’s death, I noted that he was closer to Trump than some believe. This enraged Trump voters: But why? As soon as I saw that former President George H.W. Bush had passed away on Saturday morning, I knew one thing for certain: Many liberal and centrist critics of Donald Trump would be eager to use Bush's death as an opportunity to shame Trump. The urge would be to establish Bush as a dignified statesman, to contrast him with the leering, smirking troll who currently occupies the White House.It's an understandable urge. Nostalgia is a powerful weapon, and the argument that our current situation is the result of clean break from a more noble past is a powerful one. But it's also a misleading claim. Trump is the direct result of decades of Republican politicians embracing racial demagoguery and culture war hysterics to create political support that they'd never get by running on an agenda of tax breaks for the rich and deregulation. It's a matter of historical fact tha...
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Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO), who voted against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, is now placing partial blame for her loss on the way Democrats handled the sexual assault accusations against Kavanaugh during his confirmation process.
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More than half a century after the passage of the Civil Rights Act, the call for racial and socioeconomic desegregation in the United States remains as urgent as ever. It’s a little-acknowledged reality that housing markets distribute more than mere dwellings. That’s because people’s place in the social order is intimately related to their geographic location generally, and where they live specifically.Housing quality functions both as a reflection and driver of inequality. Beyond that, however, better homes come with better neighborhoods that afford other opportunity-expanding advantages: good, well-funded schools; high-quality and readily available health care; agreeable recreational facilities and parks; full-service grocery stores with healthy foods; excellent retail outlets; nice sit-down restaurants; well-kept roads and other infrastructure; safe distance from pollutants, major transport and cargo routes; proximity to pleasing natural vistas and settings; a vibrant ci...
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The Washington Post admitted it made a blunder on Wednesday by placing a story about Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh coaching youth basketball under the “Public Safety” section online. 
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Editor’s Note: The following is the fifth in a series of articles in which Mr. Yoo and Mr. Phillips will lay out a course of constitutional restoration, pointing out areas where the Supreme Court has driven the Constitution off its rails and the ways the current Court can put it back on track. In the wake of the confirmation of Justice Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, religion will probably present the first test of the new Roberts Court’s commitment to the original meaning of the Bill of Rights.
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His attacks are baseless and dangerous. President Donald Trump isn't backing down from one of his most ludicrous retweets in recent memory — and it makes clear some of the darkest features of his nature.Wednesday morning, the president retweeted an image of many of the people he considers enemies behind bars with the question, "Now that Russia collusion is a proven lie, when do the trials for treason begin?" (Of course, it's already been demonstrated that Trump campaign members did collude with Russia — the only question is about how far it extended.)Among those in the image were Special Counsel Robert Mueller and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein:Rosenstein's included in the picture was perhaps most notable, given that he currently serves under Trump and was appointed by him. Trump could, in theory, fire Rosenstein any time.But when the New York Post interviewed Trump Wednesday, he didn't distance himself from supporting the image and the idea that Rosenstein should be...
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More than 30 years have passed since Margaret Atwood published “The Handmaid’s Tale,” a wrenching story of living under a patriarchal fundamentalist regime where fertility is prized and women are subjugated. With a wildly successful adaptation airing on Hulu and women dressed as handmaids haunting...
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WASHINGTON (AP) — Anonymous donors gave more than $79 million to a liberal nonprofit during President Donald Trump’s first year in office, helping fuel opposition to Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination and build support for a slew of other progressive causes. The contributions in 2017 to the Sixteen Thirty Fund, a tax-exempt social welfare […]
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Ronald Vitiello is by no means a Democrat The Trump administration is known for not vetting candidates well – if at all.Earlier Tuesday America learned Trump's Secretary of Labor struck a deal with a billionaire convicted serial sex abuser to be sentenced to just 13 months in a county jail – instead of life in prison. (That deal may have violated federal law.) And on Monday, America learned that the Trump administration "waived rigorous background checks for all staff working at the nation's largest detention camp for migrant children."Good God. To state the obvious, fingerprint checks catch people who lie about criminal records. Too bad the GOP-controlled Congress has forgotten how to do meaningful oversight. https://t.co/OvVN72D52L— Joyce Alene (@JoyceWhiteVance) November 27, 2018That's just this week.(You can add to the list Brett Kavanaugh, Ronny Jackson, and Andy Puzder, to name a few.)But here's another, albeit amusing example.President Trump's pick to head up U.S...
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Meanwhile, Dr. Christine Blasey Ford is still being threatened.
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The Washington Post published a story on Supreme Court justice Brett Kavanaugh returning to coach his daughter's basketball team again under its "public safety" category, drawing howls from conservatives.Kavanaugh...
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Cindy Hyde-Smith’s victory Tuesday night in the Mississippi Senate runoff shores up the GOP’s majority in the upper chamber and could help them avoid a repeat of the drama that surrounded the confirmation of now-Justice Brett Kavanaugh for future judicial picks.
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WASHINGTON (AP) — Newly released tax records show an obscure nonprofit last year gave nearly $15 million it received from anonymous donors to a conservative advocacy group that backed Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination. The Wellspring Committee made the contributions to the Judicial Crisis Network. The group said it was prepared to spend as […]
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Christine Blasey Ford and her family became the target of death threats after she testified that then-supreme court nominee Brett Kavanaugh tried to rape her. Dr Christine Blasey Ford, the California psychologist who accused the supreme court justice Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault before his confirmation, emphatically thanked supporters for an “outpouring” of donations in a new post that explained the shutdown of her GoFundMe page after raising nearly $650,000.
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A crowdfunding campaign to cover security costs for Dr. Christine Blasey Ford raised $647,610 in two months, which far surpassed the initial goal of $150,000. The woman who stood up to Trump Supreme Court pick Brett Kavanaugh says she will donate all the extra money to organizations that support survivors of trauma. But do go on about how she’s a gold-digging liar who fabricated the whole Kavanaugh thing for a payoff. In a statement posted on the fundraising site last week, Christine Blasey Ford says she's shutting down the GoFundMe that was launched in her name, and will donate the remaining money to trauma survivors. “With immense gratitude, I am closing this account to further contributions,” Ford wrote on the “Help Christine Blasey Ford” site that appeared last September. “All funds unused after completion of security expenditures will be donated to organizations that support trauma survivors. I am currently researching organizations where the funds can best be used....
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Christine Blasey Ford and her family have received death threats and moved four times since Ford testified that Brett Kavanaugh, now a Supreme Court justice, sexually assaulted her in high school. Ford also received support from celebrities, including Lady Gaga and Alyssa Milano, and activists like #MeToo founder Tarana Burke, as well as countless Americans.  Amid her painful public experience, Ford's neighbors and colleagues created a GoFundMe campaign to help fund her ballooning security expenses. By the time it ended, the campaign raised $647,610, surpassing its goal of $150,000. On Nov. 21, Ford announced that a portion of the money will be donated to organizations that support trauma survivors. She is researching the possibilities and will update donors upon her decision.  Read more...More about Sexual Assault, Gofundme, Brett Kavanaugh, Christine Blasey Ford, and Social Good
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Christine Blasey Ford, who accused then-Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault, said she will donate some of the $647,610 raised on her behalf to survivors of trauma. A group of supporters set up a GoFundMe account last month to pay for Ford’s security costs and other expenses she’s faced since coming forward in...
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Christine Blasey Ford used the money donated to her after she accused Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault to pay for security and housing, she said in a rare public statement.
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Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, the woman who accused Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault, released a statement on a GoFundMe page collecting donations for her. All unused donations "after completion of security expenditures will be donated to organizations that support trauma survivors," she wrote.
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Not much has been heard lately from Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, who came into the public eye after accusing Brett Kavanaugh of having sexually assaulted her while the two were in high school. Kavanaugh vehemently denied these allegations, and the case was taken to trial in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee. Despite many people finding Ford’s testimony to be moving, Kavanaugh was eventually elected to the Supreme Court. According to the Huffington Post, Ford has had to keep a low profile due to the constant harassment she’s been receiving since the trial.
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"I don't think anyone who is paying attention thinks they are prepared for a Democratic takeover." The unindicted co-conspirator isn't having much better luck with this White House counsel staff than he is his personal lawyers. "Denuded and shrinking," is how one Republican described it, and ill-prepared for the actual exercise of checks and balances the 2019 Democratic House promises.Once Don McGahn, the last senior attorney in the Office of Legal Counsel, got his buddy Brett Kavanaugh onto the Supreme Court he jumped ship. The one on tap, Pat Cipollone, is still in the midst of a background check and also has to finish up work in his private practice. Deputy Counsel Annie Donaldson is getting ready to leave with her husband, Brett Talley. He's the guy Trump nominated for the judiciary who was forced to withdraw after his racist, ghost-hunting and total lack of qualifications beyond having a spouse in the administration (which he failed to disclose in his Senat...
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Aquaman will visit land just long enough to host Saturday Night Live in December. Actor Jason Momoa was announced Monday as one of the show's forthcoming hosts, along with Claire Foy and Matt Damon. SEE ALSO: 'Saturday Night Live' goes completely off the rails during 'Space Thanksgiving' Early present for you. 🎁#SNL pic.twitter.com/gwfSdqP76f — Saturday Night Live - SNL (@nbcsnl) November 26, 2018 This is the first time hosting for both Foy and Momoa, and Damon's first hosting gig since 2002 (though he did appear earlier this season as Brett Kavanaugh). The first-time hosts have a lot in common, including fall movies (First Man, Aquaman) and popular TV shows (The Queen, Game of Thrones).  Read more...More about Entertainment, Music, Television, Snl, and Matt Damon
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Actress and activist Emily Ratajkowski defended her decision to go braless at an anti-Brett Kavanaugh protest in October, saying that her protest was about "making a political point."
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The recent confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court and
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