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The Privacy Overreach

Kavanaugh, on trial.

I COULDN’T IN GOOD FAITH choose between Blasey Ford and Kavanaugh about something that allegedly happened 36 years ago, but I will say this: To the extent that the hearing revolved around the accusation of sexual assault, of course that demands to be taken seriously. But

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