Brett Kavanaugh

‘There it is’: Max Boot says the NYT’s ‘misstep’ on Kavanaugh isn’t nearly as terrible as what Trump ‘and his minions’ have done; Kate Kelly agrees

Max Boot has thoughts on the New York Times’ Brett Kavanaugh fiasco, everybody:

‘There is ~0% chance this happened’: NYT authors raise brand new controversy with their Brett Kavanaugh book

NYT reporters Kate Kelly and Robin Pogrebin, authors of the much criticize “The Education of Brett Kavanaugh: An Investigation,” said at event last night that they approached Justice Kavanaugh for an interview but he said he would only talk to the authors if “they not tell people that they had talked to him.”

For some reason, this is a “wow” moment:

Corey Lewandowski’s Home Run

Call it Corey Lewandowski’s “called shot.”

In baseball legend, the New York Yankees’ Babe Ruth, in Game Three of the 1932 World Series against the Chicago Cubs, stepped to the plate, pointed to the center-field bleachers — and proceeded to hit a home run exactly where he had pointed. The Cubs players, who had been standing on their dugout’s steps and razzing Ruth relentlessly, fell back, astonished and humiliated. A reporter for the New York World-Telegram immortalized the moment, using terminology from the world of billiards. The headline:


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