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He's lost his home and his job. [Read More]
With Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., suggesting Democrats might investigate Brett Kavanaugh if their party takes back the House in November, the credibility of Christine Blasey... [Read More]
He needs our help now that the Democrats and the media have cast him onto the corpse heap of the politics of personal destruction. [Read More]
Without even cracking the New York Times Best Seller List, the most sought-after out-of-print memoir in America is "Wasted: Tales of a GenX Drunk," by... [Read More]
QuickLink: I Went to Georgetown Prep and Knew Mark Judge--and I Believe Christine Blasey Ford - I attended Prep from the fall of 1980... [Read More]
Does anyone seriously believe that Mark Judge is going to have a sudden moment of conscience and admit his guilt to the FBI when they... [Read More]
"However, Judge's book likely falls under fair use, says Annemarie Bridy, professor of law at the University of Idaho. For one, Judge's book is out... [Read More]
We list 5 restaurant openings you should pay attention to, we asked experts whether Mark Judge will become a right-wing media star, and we interviewed... [Read More]
My goodness, it all played out exactly as predicted a week before it even unfolded: The inference that Republicans were caving in and would let the Democrats run out... [Read More]
Open line: Taps are open. Members of the Georgetown Prep club will be playing Devil's Triangle to celebrate U.S. Senate 50-48 confirmation of Mark Judge's... [Read More]
Few of the critics appear to have read the book. [Read More]
Could he reinvent himself as a star in right-wing media? We asked some people who'd know. [Read More]
We've seen this play out before. An item strikes a chord in the news cycle and suddenly people are flocking to Amazon to leave ridiculous... [Read More]
The public access comes with questions about digital copyright. [Read More]
You no longer have to shell out nearly $2,000 to get a look at the book by the friend of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh... [Read More]
The library shared the book with the Internet Archive this week so it could be viewed by the public. [Read More]
The Unknown Hoya, an underground newspaper at Georgetown Preparatory School in the early 1980s, prided itself on its coverage of the crude. One issue featured... [Read More]