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Kavanaugh: Rush to judgement… Again?

It seems that the recent confirmation hearing of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh echoes the 1991 confirmation hearings of Anita Hill, a then Oklahoma law professor, who almost upended the confirmation of Clarence Thomas. Like Hill, Christine Blasey Ford, 51, at first wanted to keep her allegations confidential but felt a duty to report the… Read more »

Redskins granted trademark after Supreme Court ruling

Redskins granted trademark after Supreme Court ruling WASHINGTON, D.C. – “Hail to the Redskins!” owner Dan Snyder exclaimed after the unanimous Supreme Court ruling on disparaging trademarks was published. The Skins have been under intense scrutiny since the ‘60s with regard to their nickname, which many have argued is disparaging toward Native Americans. In 2015 the… Read more »