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By Whom Would You Want To Be Judged: Brett Kavanaugh Or Senate Democrats?

By whom would you want to be judged; someone who is bound by the plain meaning of the Constitution, the statutory law and Supreme Court precedent, or someone who, like the Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee, will judge you according to their own personal whims and political goals?

Outsiders vs. Insiders: No way Democrats deny Kavanaugh his rightful seat on the high Court

Brett Kavanaugh will uphold the Constitution. Just a few months ahead of what will evolve into the 2020 presidential race we shouldn’t expect Democrats to behave themselves. They’re going all out to depict Kavanaugh as a hater – and they’re looking awful stupid in the process.

Lying About Brett Kavanaugh's Civil Rights Record

J. Christian Adams, PJ Media

The Kavanaugh hearing reminds us that rules involving elections are the focus of a well-funded fight apart from policy debates. One side will tell half the story, disrupt, rely on alarmist scare tactics, and run to federal courts to employ novel fringe legal theories in order to elect more Democrats. The other side -- this week represented by Brett Kavanaugh -- respects the boundaries of the Constitution and is unwilling to exert an out-of-bounds judicial power to achieve partisan outcomes.

Judge Kavanaugh will be confirmed without a hitch

Rgoer Kimball, The Spectator

With 50 Republicans to 49 Democrats, Republicans have a majority. Yes, it’s a slim, but absent any party ‘mavericks’ like John McCain, I do not foresee any defections. And that being the case, I predict that at least a few Democrats from purple or red-trending states, will decipher the handwriting on the wall and, concluding that they have lost this battle, will seek to curry favour with their constituents and vote to confirm this ostentatiously well-qualified candidate.

Indoctrination Saturation

Victor Davis Hanson, National Review

A new politicized borg ferrets out every aspect of our lives. Nothing is safe, nothing sacred. Dead or alive, the relentless social-justice messaging continues. Like some sort of time machine, we go back in time to alter history as if a few corrections and adjustments will change and thus improve the entire present. Progressive politics seeks to connect and energize us as millions of shared malignant cells inside a metastasizing tumor — or to destroy us in the attempt.

The Democratic Party's true, and violent, believers

Tammy Bruce, Washington Times

In-N-Out and The Red Hen are two discrete events, they represent the core attitude of what has become the Democratic Party and liberal activism in this country. They lose politically because Americans are rejecting their policies, and without the ability to persuade, their instinct is to bully, intimidate and harm. Make no mistake, this is the Democratic platform, it will only get worse, and people of good character must call it out and reject it for what it is.

Democrats Flameout, Kavanaugh Shines At Confirmation Hearing

This is what Americans voted for in 2016: "If confirmed to the Supreme Court, I will keep an open mind in every case. I will do equal right to the poor and to the rich. I will always strive to preserve the Constitution of the United States and the American Rule of Law." Judge Brett Kavanaugh

Outsiders vs. Insiders: Frustrated American pols fruitlessly seek help for Trump obsession

President Trump occupies the minds of both Democrats and Republicans these days. With two months to go until the midterm elections – and the 2020 presidential campaign starting just after – Trump shows no signs of relinquishing his position as leader of the American political scene.

Outsiders vs. Insiders: Asinine flag protests & boycotts translate to GOP wins on Election Day

As we head into the post-Labor Day campaign season it’s clear the left is not offering a ceasefire in the culture war to further the prospects of Democrat candidates. Conservatives must see the ongoing NFL flag protests and In-n-Out burger boycott as an invitation to beat them in two months.

Outsiders vs. Insiders: Trump’s pro-American worker push makes Labor Day a time to celebrate

Labor Day is a time to step back and celebrate work and enjoy the fruits of our exertions. Americans are fortunate to have a leader like President Trump who isn’t afraid to do what it takes to give us more of a good thing – jobs and paychecks. There’s plenty of political strife to come.

Outsiders vs. Insiders: Who do you trust more on government, Reagan or 'Pocahontas' Warren?

Ronald Reagan was right – if you’ve got a government agent at your door promising help it’s more likely a dilemma than a beneficial thing. People like Sen. Elizabeth Warren may disagree but Americans know better – the farther government stays away from your personal business, the better.

These are the real scandals plaguing our country

Michael Goodwin, New York Post

America is being scandalized by four enormous events that are happening simultaneously. By scandalized, I mean that people are shocked and outraged at what they regard as breaches of acceptable behavior or morality. That wouldn’t be a problem if the vast majority were scandalized by the same things. That’s not the America we have. The vicious polarization stems from the fact that the country is split almost exactly in half over what people are outraged about.

Outsiders vs. Insiders: Even in death it’s hard to grapple with the legacy of ‘maverick’ McCain

John McCain is gone. With him went one of American politics’ most unique and controversial political figures. If it was McCain’s goal to have historians poring over his life for decades to come, he’ll certainly get his way. As for conservatives, we hope he’s the last of his kind.

Kavanaugh Confirmation Hearing Begins A Week From Today

With the death of Arizona Republican Senator John McCain Republicans hold a mere 50 to 49 majority in the Senate. Kavanaugh needs a majority, or 50 votes to be confirmed assuming all Senators are present, so the GOP cannot afford to lose any votes.

Outsiders vs. Insiders: Mollie Tibbetts’ murder trumps Mueller scapegoats in leadup to midterms

No matter how hard they may try, Donald Trump’s opponents can’t distract from the issues Americans care most about. Democrats and the media obsess about the latest happenings in the Robert Mueller investigation but voters are much more likely to remember Mollie Tibbetts.

New Mexico Muslim Terrorist Compound Cover-Up?

The evidence of a “no terrorism connection” cover-up of what was going on at a remote Muslim compound in New Mexico is beginning to build. Despite the facts that a "Phases of a Terrorist Attack" document was discovered and calls for violent jihad documented the FBI remains MIA in the investigation.

Outsiders vs. Insiders: Democrats may bluster but they won't impeach Trump next year

Democrats hate all Republican presidents, period. Donald Trump just happens to be one with a Democrat-like personal history so they despise him especially. To Democrats, Trump is akin to a traitor; they desperately want to hang him but can’t spare the impeachment noose.

Do Democrats Want an Impeachment Fight?

Patrick J. Buchanan, The American Conservative

If Democrats capture the House, then they will be the ones under intolerable pressure from their own media auxiliaries to pursue impeachment. Taking the House would put newly elected Democrats under fire from the right for forming a lynch mob, and from the mainstream media for not doing their duty and moving immediately to impeach Trump. Democrats have been laboring for two years to win back the House. But if they discover that the first duty demanded of them, by their own rabid followers, is to impeach President Trump, they may wonder why they were so eager to win it.

Outsiders vs. Insiders: Media’s outright lies and distortions cloak true portrait of Trump

President Trump deserves much credit for weathering the media tempest that’s swirling around him at all times. The president generates much of the news himself, of course, but conservatives should admire a politician who so willingly endures the worst to make America great again.

Outsiders vs. Insiders: If GOPers care about winning in 2018 they’ll play follow the leader

Republicans should take comfort that the fate of their congressional majorities rests in their own hands this year if they’ll only cast off the advice of the “experts” and follow the lead of President Trump. GOP candidates must nationalize the election by hitting hard on the issues people care about most.