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  • The Washington Post rightly comes to Kavanaugh's defense

    The Washington Post editorial board rightly condemned the leftists who marched on Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s home on Monday night as a “reprehensible” violation of the judge’s privacy. It’s a shame this even needed to be said.

    Washington Examiner
  • Tom Cotton Vindicated After Correction by the Washington Post

    These "mistakes" just keep happening.

    redstate.com
  • How the professional surfing tour looks to ride the Olympic wave

    The World Surfing League’s attempt to capitalize on a post-Olympic swell of fan interest has not been without controversy It was during Tuesday’s championship match between world No 1 Gabriel Medina and fellow Brazilian Filipe Toledo that a six to eight foot shark was spotted breaching the competition area. “A shark has breached the side of the line-up and it’s about six to eight foot so we’re going to search the line-up and make sure it’s gone,” World Surf League (WSL) head of competition...

    the Guardian