What We Can Teach Children From The Kavanaugh–Judge Allegations

What We Can Teach Children From The Kavanaugh–Judge Allegations Op-Ed by B.N. Frank I’m not going to try to convince you to believe anything.  I wasn’t there in 1982 when Dr. Blasey-Ford alleges she was sexually assaulted by Brett Kavanaugh and Mark Judge.  However, I know that situations like this were more common than most people thought in 1982.  That’s because I was also a teenager in the 1980s. I’ll never forget the private talk my father had with me in 8th grade before I went to my first “boy-girl”…

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5 Stories Nobody Is Talking About as the Brett Kavanaugh Hearing Unfolds

5 Stories Nobody Is Talking About as the Brett Kavanaugh Hearing Unfolds Op-Ed by Carey Wedler The media, Congress, and the American people continue to fix their attention on Brett Kavanaugh and hearings regarding allegations of sexual assault and harassment against him. While these are serious issues and should not be taken lightly, there are numerous other developments that are falling by the wayside as the national conversation remains preoccupied with the Supreme Court nominee. 1. House of Representatives Sneakily Moves to Expand the Patriot Act: In a bill presented as an…

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Is There A “Gotcha” Society: The Brett Kavanaugh Debacle

Is There A “Gotcha” Society: The Brett Kavanaugh Debacle Op-Ed by Catherine J. Frompovich If fairness is a common denominator in most people’s lives, then what’s happening in the Judge Brett Kavanaugh Senate approval process? It seems those who are bringing allegations against Kavanaugh either have poor memories or are misled by fantasies of what may or may not have happened.  Why send questions around to other party goers of the time to confirm if what the second accuser claims really happened?  And, no one seems able to recall! To…

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