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SCOTUS to Review Louisiana Abortion Law

The Supreme Court announced Friday it will hear arguments in a lawsuit prompted by a Louisiana law prohibiting anyone who cannot admit patients at nearby hospitals from performing abortions.

Pogrebin: ‘Not Our Determination’ Whether Kavanaugh Should Be Impeached

Authors of new book wrote allegations against Kavanaugh 'rang true' to them

New York Times reporter Robin Pogrebin said Thursday it wasn't her and co-author Kate Kelly's role to determine whether Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh should remain on the bench, although they wrote it "rang true" to them that Kavanaugh was guilty of multiple acts of sexual misconduct.

No, Kavanaugh Cannot Be Removed From Office Without Impeachment

Anti-Kavanaugh left throwing everything at the wall to see what will stick

Liberals are united in their desire to remove Justice Brett Kavanaugh from the Supreme Court. They are united in the belief they can do so without using existing impeachment protocols. They are now divided into three different camps over how best to achieve that goal.

Dems Seize on Losing Campaign Issue Ahead of 2020

Republicans cheer renewed focus on Kavanaugh

In a bad year for Republicans, the GOP successfully used Brett Kavanaugh's contentious Supreme Court confirmation as a rallying call ahead of last year's midterm elections. But Democratic presidential candidates are running headlong into the issue ahead of the 2020 presidential election regardless.

MSNBC Contributor: Can’t Prosecute New Kavanaugh Accusation

Alleged victim has no memory of incident

Former U.S. attorney Joyce Vance said Monday on MSNBC prosecuting the newly reported allegation of sexual misconduct against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh is not an option, since the alleged victim has no memory of the event.

San Francisco’s Anti-NRA Stunt Isn’t Just Misguided, It’s Unconstitutional

Punishing businesses that associate with the NRA is a form of unconstitutional viewpoint discrimination.

The San Francisco Board of Supervisors stirred controversy after labeling the National Rifle Association a "domestic terrorist organization" in a resolution. That language is more tiresome and lame than it is actually dangerous. Law enforcement officers in San Francisco and elsewhere will just roll their eyes and focus on targeting actual terrorists.