Brett Kavanaugh

Conservatives Launch “Internet Accountability Project” To Hold Big Tech Accountable For Their Bad Acts

The Internet Accountability Project (IAP), a new 501(c)(4) nonprofit advocacy organization, has been launched to oppose “Big Tech” and hold them accountable for their bad acts. Mike Davis, a former top Senate Judiciary Committee counsel who guided the Kavanaugh confirmation and Rachel Bovard, a conservative policy leader will head the new organization.

The Kavanaugh reboot

Cal Thomas, Washington Times

Attacking the legitimacy of Brett Kavanaugh and the Supreme Court is all the left has in their dwindling arsenal. They’re still after President Trump’s tax records. They hate his Supreme Court appointments. They are livid that his economic policies are working when they have always believed the economy was their issue — never mind their failure to achieve any level of success close to what Mr. Trump’s administration has accomplished. If the current Democratic Party were a defendant in court, it could credibly plead insanity. Let’s see how far this insane behavior gets them with voters in the next election.

New York Times Smears Kavanaugh All Over Again

L. Brent Bozell III and Tim Graham, CNS News

There are men of honor on the left. Former Sens. Joe Lieberman and Jay Rockefeller were at odds with conservatives their entire careers. But neither stooped, nor would they ever stoop, to something like this, working with people such as these. These are not just liberal activists. They are leftist agitators who specialize in the art of character assassination. They are radicals for whom truth means nothing. Only results matter. Find your target. Toss a hand grenade. Watch it explode and blow him to pieces. Then claim it was "poorly aimed." This exercise is happening with the press with such regularity it is no longer shocking.

The Kavanaugh lynch mob returns; once again, plot to defame drives Democratic playbook

Tammy Bruce, Washington Times

This is a part of another tactic the left feasts on — making it too dangerous and frightening for their opposition to participate in political or social life. With today’s technology and legacy media’s acceptance of fake news as a means to an end, personal destruction is easier than ever. Even if nothing happened in your childhood, you were a perfect student in high school and college, that won’t matter. Lies will be the foundation of the effort to defame you. Publicly exposing these plots must become a part of the pushback against the Democrats’ appalling determination to defame and destroy.

In the Land of No Consequence, Bad Behavior Festers

Julie Kelly, American Greatness

It’s time for Republicans, including and especially the president, to stop this injustice today. Trump tweeted several times about the latest smear on Kavanaugh, suggesting that “the Justice Department should come to [Kavanaugh’s] rescue.” Last I checked, Trump is in charge of the Justice Department. Bill Barr, a lifelong Republican, runs the department. Republican Senator Mitch McConnell controls the Senate and Graham chairs the judiciary committee. What’s the point of having political power if you can’t protect your own people from egregious attacks or punish those who break the law to do so?

The alternative ‘facts’ of the Times’ Brett Kavanaugh story

Michael Goodwin, New York Post

The whole country knows the Times screwed up big time, but the propaganda sheet formerly known as the Gray Lady is oblivious to what others think. Grown fat and lazy by the hosannas and dollars of people who hate President Trump, it operates inside a bubble of its own. Above all, the incident demonstrates that editor Dean Baquet has abandoned the news business and now behaves as a hard-core leftist with a printing press and website. Defying the late Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan’s warning that “you are entitled to your own opinion but not your own facts,” Baquet apparently believes he is powerful enough to create his own facts.

Brett Kavanaugh, American sex symbol, makes the Gray Lady swoon

Charles Hurt, Washington Times

All of this would be terribly troubling if it were not pure fantasy. But then again, it is terribly troubling that there are all these women in America today so thoroughly stricken by such fantasies involving a man they have never met. Clearly, these are people who are sick and broken. All alone. They are crazed stalkers who hear voices in their heads. It is hard not to feel sorry for them. Even more worrisome than their present obsession with Brett Kavanaugh is what happens to their minds when their spiritual idol, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, hangs up her robe for good. After all, she is 86 years old.

The Plague Of Democrats Smearing Their Way To Power

The plague of smears against Justice Brett Kavanaugh can be understood as the first step in the Left’s post-Ginsberg strategy: Unleash this plague to intimidate Justice Kavanaugh and delegitimize any decision the Supreme Court renders in its aftermath, perhaps even creating a constitutional crisis if Democrat-controlled states refuse to abide by the Court’s decisions on the Second Amendment or abortion.

Conservatives Put On The Brass Knuckles

“What I want to do with the Article III Project is take off the gloves, put on the brass knuckles and fight back,” Mike Davis, an Iowa native who was the chief nominations counsel for Senator Charles E. Grassley, told Carl Hulse of the New York Times.

Breaking - Accuser Recants - Democrat Presidential Candidate Pete Buttigieg Accused Of Sexual Assault

BREAKING: The accuser has recanted charges that would have been a serious blow to rising Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg’s carefully crafted image as a paragon of modern homosexual domesticity. The a 21-year old man, Hunter Kelly, now claims he never accused Buttigieg of sexually assaulting him earlier this year and the whole thing is a case of identity theft.

Trump Stuffs Democrats Harris And Feinstein On Ninth Circuit Judges

President Trump’s decision to nominate a slate of solidly conservative judges to the Ninth Circuit vacancies is another demonstration of Trump’s acumen in recognizing the nexus between politics, policy and the judiciary and the Senate is about to change its rules to end the Democrat obstruction that has stalled many of Trump's best conservative nominees.

Time To Take Jeff Flake Off The Senate Judiciary Committee

Come January, Flake is out-of-office and irrelevant, so as we see it, it is time for Mitch McConnell to remove Flake from the Senate Committee on the Judiciary and replace him with a sane member, Senator Tom Cotton of Arkansas comes immediately to mind, who will advance the pending conservative judicial nominees to the Senate Floor for confirmation.

Don’t Waste The Lame Duck: Confirm Trump Judges

We urge Senator McConnell to follow through on that commitment and to use whatever tactics are necessary to get those judges confirmed, even if it means sidelining Senator Jeff Flake and putting the heat on any other recalcitrant members of the Senate’s Republican Conference.

It's not war, but a remarkable skirmish at the top

Wesley Pruden, Washington Times

The back and forth between the president and the chief justice follows the bitter controversy over the appointment and confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh, and the angry recriminations over the fact that the court is split, with five justices regarded as conservative (including Mr. Roberts) and four liberal. The way this game was played is that nobody on the court admit to a political edge, and the president refrains from acting like a “Trump judge” betrayed him when he gets an unexpected ruling.

Let’s Give Thanks For Leftists Being Themselves

There’s much to be thankful for this Thanksgiving; a world at relative peace, a booming U.S. economy and a President who has worked hard to lift the heavy hand of government from the backs of America’s working families. But let’s not forget to also give thanks for the power of truth, as Democrats, through their own words, slowly disclose who they really are.

A Very Trump Thanksgiving

While few in Washington’s elite salons will offer their thanks for the election of Donald Trump or for his herculean effort during the midterms, we believe among the millions of America’s working families who want nothing more than to be left alone to live their lives as they see fit, and pass on to their children the fruits of their labors, he will be honored this Thanksgiving.

Conservative Leaders Demand Senate Work Around-The-Clock To Confirm Trump Nominees

Conservatives have been calling on the Senate to work a full week to confirm President Trump’s nominees for the better part of the last two years Today the members of the Conservative Action Project issued a letter to the Senate leadership demanding action. Please add your name to this list of distinguished conservative leaders demanding action on President Trump's nominees through this link.

Will No One Rid Us Of This Turbulent Flake?

We urge Senator McConnell to follow through on his commitment to confirm all remaining judicial nominees and to use whatever tactics are necessary to get those judges confirmed, even if it means sidelining Sen. Jeff Flake and putting the heat on any other recalcitrant members of the Senate’s Republican Conference.

Where is Brett Kavanaugh’s apology?

Katie Pavlich, The Hill

Democratic  Sens. Dianne Feinstein (Calif.), Cory Booker (N.J.), Kamala Harris (Calif.), Sheldon Whitehouse (R.I.) and others entered the false claims into the Congressional Record. They berated Kavanaugh in front of the country as a liar and a sexual predator. Upon his confirmation, they vowed to impeach him should Democrats ever regain control of the Senate. Based on what we know now, it’s clearer than ever Democrats owe Kavanaugh, his family and the country an apology for the smears they proliferated. It’s just too bad one will never come.

As world moves on, the Brett Kavanaugh fight continues

Byron York, Washington Examiner

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley clearly believes he and the committee were being jerked around. He is not happy about it. And he is determined to ensure that it not happen again. Given what happened with Kavanaugh, it seems reasonable to predict that if President Trump has another Supreme Court opening, the opposition will throw everything it has at the nominee. The Judiciary Committee is prepared to handle accusations backed by evidence. But Grassley wants to make sure everybody knows it will not take part in another circus.