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The results have been good: This past season, he led the Blessed Sacrament School’s sixth-grade girls team to an undefeated season and a citywide championship in the local Catholic youth league. To the parents with players on the squad, it’s no surprise that the team photograph with the trophy is displayed prominently in his chambers. This bit of cutesy-poo nonsense is going to stand with Sally Quinn’s legendary hissy-fit over the arrival of the Arkansas Travelers into the White House, and with Richard Cohen’s plea for mercy on behalf of Cap Weinberger because they both cruised the same produce aisles, as decent arguments for Ben Sasse’s old proposal to move the nation’s capital to Omaha. But that wasn’t the worst of it this week because, as part of the effort to ram through the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, Fred Hiatt (or someone like him) decided we needed to hear from Kenneth Starr , who, if god were truly just, would be mowing the lawns outside battered women’s shelters for the rest of his life. In the most controversial phase of the Whitewater investigation, Kavanaugh urged restraint in our office’s referral to Congress resulting in President Bill Clinton’s impeachment. Regarding details of the president’s sexual relationship with Monica Lewinsky, Kavanaugh counseled offering less description, rather than more. In his view, the dignity of the historic process soon to unfold on Capitol Hill would inevitably be eroded by including explicit details of the president’s trysts. His advice was thoughtfully reasoned and carefully measured, but he understood when our office chose not to follow it. Will we never be rid of this pious faker? Sure, Kavanaugh argued pro forma against all the icky parts of the Starr Report, but not before he made sure that they all were part of the official record.
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Washington Post analyzed every factual claim Trump made at Montana rally; score not good President Donald Trump gestures Thursday while talking about his presidency after 18 months during a campaign rally in Great Falls. Thousands of supporters filled the Four Season Arena for the event. The Washington Post analyzed every factual claim made by President Donald Trump during his July 5 rally in Great Falls. Of the 98 statements the Post identified, it found that 76 percent were false, misleading or were not supported by evidence. You can read the full Washington Post story here . Watch this discussion. Stop watching this discussion. Get an email notification whenever someone contributes to the discussion Notifications from this discussion will be disabled. Right, as if The Washington COMpost has any credibility given their penchant for spreading FAKE NEWS. Lest anyone forget The Washington COMpost is a LIBERAL RAG. the values of a liberal society: tolerant, unprejudiced, unbigoted, broad-minded, open-minded, enlightened, forbearing; permissive, free, free and easy, easy-going, laissez-faire, libertarian, latitudinarian, unbiased, impartial, non-partisan, indulgent, lenient, lax, soft. Non’s: Republicans/Catholics/tRumpberals believe tRump (and probably Mr.
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