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7 Parenting Tips to Protect Your Kid’s Supreme Court Nomination

It’s hard to steer clear of a scandal these days. Or is it?
Source: U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee

The world is on fire. Fresh news is breaking every four seconds (approximately) in the ongoing Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court confirmation saga.

No prior nominee has had three women come forward with allegations of sexual assault—only to have them effectively dismissed by the president and Senate majority leader. Nor has any previous Senate majority leader characterized allegations of sexual assault against a nominee for the highest court in the land as.”

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