Trauma and Truth

Heather Mac DonaldThe feminist movement has shifted the definition of rape to include regret.October 7, 2018

Look Until You Find

Rafael MangualTo the Left, the FBI’s investigation into Brett Kavanaugh could only be legitimate if it proved his guilt.October 5, 2018

An FBI Investigation Won’t Matter

Rafael MangualDemocrats have their minds made up, and nothing will change that.September 28, 2018

Farce and Tragedy

James R. CoplandConfirmation bias, politics, and an overcharged Court in the Kavanaugh confirmation processSeptember 28, 2018

Tracks of Our Tears

Kay S. HymowitzThe Ford-Kavanaugh testimony was emotionally grueling on both sides—but emotions should not guide our conclusions.September 28, 2018

Due Process for Judge Kavanaugh

Adam FreedmanSenators eager to destroy his nomination must be restrained by the rule of law.September 25, 2018

The Madame Defarge of New York

Seth BarronSenator Kirsten Gillibrand has no regard for truth.September 24, 2018

Feminist Narcissism

Heather Mac DonaldThe effort to destroy Brett Kavanaugh looks like a revenge attack on a civilization deemed too male.September 23, 2018

The Truth About Polygraph Tests

Claire BerlinskiThey’re junk science, inadmissible in court, and about as reliable as a pack of Tarot cards.September 19, 2018


Kay S. HymowitzThose who argue that what Brett Kavanaugh allegedly did is disqualifying ​need to consider the precedent they’re setting.September 18, 2018

The Dems “Anita” Brett Kavanaugh

Myron MagnetHow low will they go?September 16, 2018

A “Penchant” for Innuendo

Lance MorrowWith one word, the New York Times attempts to cast a shadow on Brett Kavanaugh’s character.September 10, 2018

John Dean Swings and Misses

Adam FreedmanThe notion that Brett Kavanaugh supports “unchecked” presidential power is pure fabrication.September 10, 2018

Firing Blanks

John O. McGinnisThe furious Democratic attack on Brett Kavanaugh had little substance behind it.September 7, 201

Ben Sasse’s Master Class

James R. CoplandAt the often-farcical first-day hearings for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, the Nebraska senator explains the Constitution’s separation of powers.September 5, 2018

Confirmation Bias

Seth BarronInterpreting a mundane hand gesture as evil incarnate, the anti-Trump #Resistance races over the edge of rationality.September 5, 2018


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