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Judge Brett Kavanaugh is undergoing Senate confirmation to become the next U.S. Supreme Court Justice.

Democrats have levied unsubstantiated and uncorroborated claims of sexual misconduct against Kavanaugh.

Kavanaugh Joins Liberals, Says iPhone Users Can Sue Apple For App Monopoly

The Supreme Court ruled Monday that iPhone users can bring an antitrust lawsuit against Apple alleging the tech giant has monopolized the market for software applications. Justice Brett Kavanaugh delivered the 5-4 decision, joined by the high court’s liberal bloc. Justice Neil Gorsuch led the conservatives in dissent. “The plaintiffs seek to hold retailers to account if the retailers engage ...

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There’s A New Push To Review Judicial Misconduct Complaints Against Brett Kavanaugh

A judicial ethics panel has been asked to review orders dismissing misconduct complaints against Justice Brett Kavanaugh relating to his emotionally charged testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee. The petition, from New York attorney Jeremy C. Bates, was sent to the Judicial Conference of the United States, the policy-making entity of the federal judiciary. The Conference’s Committee on Judicial Conduct ...

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Top Ex-Hillary Aide Backs Movement To Fire Kavanaugh From Teaching At George Mason

The former press secretary for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign is backing a movement to fire Brett Kavanaugh from teaching at George Mason University. Former Clinton press secretary Brian Fallon is the executive director of the liberal advocacy group Demand Justice, according to Fox News. After the George Mason undergraduate group “Mason For Survivors” started a petition to remove Kavanaugh, ...

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Undergrads Mobilize To Blow George Mason Law Students’ Chance To Study Under Kavanaugh

Undergraduate students at George Mason University are advocating for the termination of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, who is scheduled to teach a George Mason law class in England this summer. Kavanaugh is currently scheduled to teach the class “Creation of the Constitution” to George Mason University’s Antonin Scalia Law School students in Runnymede, England, where the Magna Carta was ...

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Brett Kavanaugh To Spend Summer Teaching Overseas

Justice Brett Kavanaugh has joined the faculty of George Mason University’s Antonin Scalia Law School, where he will co-teach a summer course in the United Kingdom on the origins of the Constitution. Kavanaugh, who has evaded public attention following his bitter confirmation in October 2018, will remain in England for nearly six weeks while the Court is on its summer ...

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Sexual Assault Accusation Against Virginia Lt. Gov. Draws Comparisons To Kavanaugh Claims

Virginia Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax denied an uncorroborated sexual assault allegation on Monday. The Washington Post was aware of the allegation last year but declined to publish for lack of corroborating evidence. The Fairfax accusation has drawn comparisons to Democrats’ and the media’s handling of claims against Justice Brett Kavanaugh The uncorroborated sexual assault allegation against Virginia Lt. Gov. Justin ...

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Judiciary Committee Democrat Floats Perjury Probe Of Justice Brett Kavanaugh

Democratic U.S. Rep. Joe Neguse of Colorado, a freshman member of the House Judiciary Committee, told constituents that the panel will likely investigate Justice Brett Kavanaugh for perjury. “There’s no question [Kavanaugh] committed perjury during the confirmation hearings and so forth,” Neguse said when asked if the justice might be impeached. “I think the Judiciary Committee is likely to take ...

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Brett Kavanaugh Releases First Opinion As A Supreme Court Justice

Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh delivered his first opinion for the high court Tuesday in a case concerning the Federal Arbitration Act. In recent years, the Supreme Court has adopted a pro-arbitration bent. Arbitration is a dispute resolution process that takes place outside courts. Advocates of arbitration say it provides for the settlement of controversies without the time and expense of ...

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Judicial Misconduct Council Dismisses Complaints Against Brett Kavanaugh

A judicial conduct council has dismissed dozens of complaints lodged against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh alleging that he lied to the Senate Judiciary Committee during his confirmation hearings. A 10-page decision released Tuesday concluded that Kavanaugh’s purported misdeeds can no longer be investigated by a judicial panel due to his confirmation to the Supreme Court. [READ the decision] Dozens ...

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Judge Napolitano Hopes Brett Kavanaugh Voted With Planned Parenthood For The Right Reasons

Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano said he hopes Justice Brett Kavanaugh voted against hearing a case on Planned Parenthood for the right reasons, on “Fox & Friends” Tuesday. Kavanaugh joined the other four liberal justices on the court and Chief Justice John Roberts, in declining to hear a case involving funding for the abortion group. It only take ...

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Kavanaugh Joins Liberals To Protect Pro-Planned Parenthood Ruling

The Supreme Court declined to review three cases relating to Republican efforts to defund Planned Parenthood at the state level Monday, over a vigorous dissent from Justice Clarence Thomas. The dissent was significant because it indicates that Justice Brett Kavanaugh sided with the high court’s liberal wing to deny review of a lower court decision that favored the nation’s largest ...

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