Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court nomination

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For more information, see the Wikipedia article "Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court nomination"

This is a topic, with start date July 9, 2018 and end date October 6, 2018.

Its theme(s) are United States domestic politics.

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Summary Position link Stance
After the FBI report, confirm Kavanaugh by Chicago Tribune editorial board (Chicago Tribune, October 5, 2018) (view) for
I Am an Independent, Impartial Judge by Brett Kavanaugh (The Wall Street Journal, October 5, 2018) (view) for
Confirm Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court by Tom Fitton (USA Today, October 5, 2018) (view) for
Confirm Brett Kavanaugh by The Detroit News editorial board (The Detroit News, October 4, 2018) (view) for
End the farce and confirm Kavanaugh by New York Post editorial board (New York Post, October 4, 2018) (view) for
Confirm Kavanaugh by National Review editorial board (National Review, September 28, 2018) (view) for
Vote no on Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation by USA Today editorial board (USA Today, October 5, 2018) (view) against
Yale Law Professors Are Right. Brett Kavanaugh Is Unfit For High Court by The Hartford Courant editorial board (The Hartford Courant, October 5, 2018) (view) against
Brett Kavanaugh doesn't belong on the Supreme Court by Los Angeles Times editorial board (Los Angeles Times, October 5, 2018) (view) against
Vote ‘no’ on Kavanaugh by The Washington Post editorial board (The Washington Post, October 4, 2018) (view) against
We were Brett Kavanaugh’s drinking buddies. We don’t think he should be confirmed. by Charles Ludington, Lynne Brookes, Elizabeth Swisher (The Washington Post, October 4, 2018) (view) against
The case against Brett Kavanaugh by San Francisco Chronicle editorial board (San Francisco Chronicle, October 4, 2018) (view) against
If we want to protect the Supreme Court’s legitimacy, Kavanaugh should not be on it by Jennifer Rubin (The Washington Post, September 29, 2018) (view) against
The fix is in for Brett Kavanaugh by The Baltimore Sun editorial board (The Baltimore Sun, October 4, 2018) (view) mixed

All items that address this topic (14 total)[edit]

Title Author Source Date
Confirm Kavanaugh National Review editorial board National Review September 28, 2018
If we want to protect the Supreme Court’s legitimacy, Kavanaugh should not be on it Jennifer Rubin The Washington Post September 29, 2018
Confirm Brett Kavanaugh The Detroit News editorial board The Detroit News October 4, 2018
Vote ‘no’ on Kavanaugh The Washington Post editorial board The Washington Post October 4, 2018
The fix is in for Brett Kavanaugh The Baltimore Sun editorial board The Baltimore Sun October 4, 2018
End the farce and confirm Kavanaugh New York Post editorial board New York Post October 4, 2018
We were Brett Kavanaugh’s drinking buddies. We don’t think he should be confirmed. Charles Ludington Lynne Brookes Elizabeth Swisher The Washington Post October 4, 2018
The case against Brett Kavanaugh San Francisco Chronicle editorial board San Francisco Chronicle October 4, 2018
Vote no on Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation USA Today editorial board USA Today October 5, 2018
After the FBI report, confirm Kavanaugh Chicago Tribune editorial board Chicago Tribune October 5, 2018
Yale Law Professors Are Right. Brett Kavanaugh Is Unfit For High Court The Hartford Courant editorial board The Hartford Courant October 5, 2018
Brett Kavanaugh doesn't belong on the Supreme Court Los Angeles Times editorial board Los Angeles Times October 5, 2018
I Am an Independent, Impartial Judge Brett Kavanaugh The Wall Street Journal October 5, 2018
Confirm Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court Tom Fitton USA Today October 5, 2018