An eighth-grade U.S. history teacher says she was fired for refusing to give students credit for work they did not complete.
And just like that, another piece of the anti-Kavanaugh narrative goes up in smoke.
Every week, he heads off to the store and buys chocolate. He spreads joy all day long.
‘Should this hit job on Kavanaugh succeed, that mob mentality will enter into law. The burden of proof to ruin the lives of your political opponents will shrink, and conservative America will be back in the crosshairs.’
At Wednesday’s summit dinner in Salzburg, Theresa May took her first opportunity to sell the abysmal Chequers plan directly to her EU counterparts. Hungary’s Viktor Orban was alone in offering moral support (see quote below) a gesture the prime minister’s aides later described as unfortunate, such is his unpopularity with the Euro-elites that contrasts so sharply with his hero-like status at home. The rest of the EU27 venomously rejected Chequers. It is now dead.
Surprise, surprise. The left is resorting to smearing a good man’s integrity and reputation in order deny a Republican President’s nomination to Supreme Court. They are stalling and delaying because they believe they have a chance at taking the Senate in November, and could therefore reject Brett Kavanaugh in favor of a Judge that will shred our Constitution.