There is a second sexual claim against Kavanaugh. The NY Times has already gone on record saying it could not find any corroborating evidence.

  • A second women, Deborah Ramirez, levied allegations of sexual misconduct by Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh on Sunday night. 
  • Kavanaugh and his allies vigorously denied the charge, calling Ramirez’s accusation a “smear.”
  • The White House remains supportive of Kavanaugh, and there are no signs of a possible withdrawal. 
A second woman shared her account of alleged sexual misconduct on the part of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh Sunday night, claiming that Kavanaugh exposed himself to her during a party in college in either 1983 or 1984.

Want to hate a football team? Try hating Miami and here is why:

With 14 games scheduled for Sunday and 10 kicking off around the 1 PM Eastern time slot, all the players for nine of the early games stood for the anthem. However, three players from the Miami Dolphins once again took to their protests, according to Sports Illustrated.
As they have done in every game this season — and most games last season — Dolphins wide receivers Kenny Stills and Albert Wilson took a knee during the song. In addition, defensive end Robert Quinn raised a fist in the air in protest as he stood on the sidelines. The rest of the Dolphins and their opponents, the Oakland Raiders, all stood for the song.

News Flash: Megyn Kelly is not as "liberal" as some of you may think -- Feinstein now knows this,

NBC anchor Megyn Kelly criticized Sen. Dianne Feinstein Sunday morning for depicting Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh as a sexual predator before seeing the evidence against him.
“A lot of nerve here from the woman who did nothing about this allegation for weeks — and by the way, you don’t know if she is a survivor of an attempted rape,” Kelly wrote in a tweet. “She may well be, but how about WE HEAR THE EVIDENCE FIRST and engage in at least a semblance of fairness?”
The Odious Intent Behind The Democratic Obsession To Get The FBI To Investigate Kavanaugh

You can't get more liberal than the Hawaiian court system. But look what they decided.

Hillary would not only beat Trump in 2020, she would beat him in a landslide. Whatever. If she runs and wins, half the nation should refuse to recognize her as "President." That is what I am going to do.

Julia Manchester / The Hill:
Clinton would beat Trump in landslide in 2016 re-run, says Hill.TV poll  —  would lose the popular vote again if the 2016 presidential election were held again today, according to a new Hill.TV poll.  —  The survey conducted by Hill.TV and the HarrisX polling company found that 36 percent …

This is long over-due.

For gawd's sake, don't fire anyone, at this time . . . . and we agree

Hannity's surprising advice to Trump on Rosenstein: “Under zero circumstances should the president fire anybody”  —  The Fox News host thinks the New York Times' story on Rod Rosenstein is part of a “deep state” maneuver to set up Trump.  —  Sean Hannity has a perhaps surprising take on a report …

So, apparently the Kavanaugh witness will testify next Wednesday.

Deirdre Shesgreen / USA Today:
Kavanaugh accuser Christine Blasey Ford agrees to testify about sexual assault allegation

Well, those sequertered documents are not gong to be released. Gowdy thinks he knows why.

Trey Gowdy said classified documents from the Russia probe contain information that is “embarrassing” for former CIA Director John Brennan, the FBI and Justice Department.
Gowdy made the remarks during an interview on FoxNews, Thursday. By Friday, President Donald Trump reversed his order to declassify 21 pages of documents and FBI notes related to the documents.     

“I’ve read it. Some of it’s embarrassing for the Department of Justice — some of it’s embarrassing for the FBI. Embarrassment is not a reason to classify something,” said Gowdy. “A lot of it should be embarrassing to John Brennan, and maybe therein lies why he is so adamant that this information not be released.”