Will ‘God’ Save Kavanaugh? – Consortiumnews

September 27, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

“Are boys really better than girls? I know you are one, but please try to be fair,” asked eight year-old Helen in a letter to God.

From my own experience while a callow youth at a Jesuit boys-only high school, I believe it highly unlikely that Georgetown Jesuit Prepster Brent Kavanaugh ever thought of asking God the question Helen posed. For Kavanaugh, as for the rest of us, the answer was self-evident — much clearer than 13th century Thomas Aquinas’s “proofs” for the existence of God.

At my Jesuit high school, as at Kavanaugh’s, the concept of God-like male supremacy was deeply entrenched — from the priests and other all-male faculty to the bonhomie of the young “good-natured men” in the smoke-infested Senior Room.

Source: Will ‘God’ Save Kavanaugh? – Consortiumnews

The SUPREME COURT – A MISTAKE THE PRESIDENT SHOULD AVOID | Roger Stone | Stone Cold Truth

July 8, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

Needless to say, I will support any candidate selected by President Trump for the Supreme Court. That said, I have grave reservations that Judge Brett Kavanagh is another David Souter or John Roberts- both of whom were appointed by Bush presidents and both of whom joined the liberal block on the court on key issues where their decisions hurt America.

Put aside the question of whether Clinton lawyer Vince Foster was murdered or died by his own hand; there is substantial credible evidence that Foster’s body was moved and that prosecutor Brett Kavanaugh ran a veritable terror campaign against an inconvenient witness who’s honest testimony would contradict the findings of the Special Counsel for home Kavanaugh worked.

Source: The SUPREME COURT – A MISTAKE THE PRESIDENT SHOULD AVOID | Roger Stone | Stone Cold Truth


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