Brett Kavanaugh protesters occupy the steps of the U.S. Capitol

Image: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images It’s very likely that alleged sexual assaulter Brett Kavanaugh will be confirmed on Saturday as a U.S. Supreme Court judge. The #resistance is having none of that noise. With hours to go before the Saturday afternoon Senate vote, protesters gathered in front of the United States…

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Prime Minister Ardern, UNICEF ED Henrietta Fore, Suraiya Haque speak with Julie Gichuru

Image: ANDREW HARNIK / Getty Images Are you a big Pulp Fiction fan? Let us ruin that for you. The production company Elara Pictures posted a disturbing video mashup to Instagram Friday: the hamburger scene from Pulp Fiction alongside a few choice moments from Brett Kavanaugh’s petulant testimony before the…

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Facebook policy head makes a surprising cameo at the Kavanaugh hearing

Facebook might be doing its best to stay out of political scandals in the latter half of 2018, but the company had a presence, front and center, at one of the most contentious Senate hearings in modern history. Facebook’s vice president of Global Public Policy, Joel Kaplan, was spotted sitting…

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Indiana clerics work toward Indianapolis gun buyback program

Program would exchange guns for iPads, protesters disrupt Kavanaughs supreme court hearings and Bernie Sanders introduces a bill to tax large companies The Resistance Now is a weekly update on the people, action and ideas driving the protest movement in the US. If youre not already receiving it by email,…

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Documents on Kavanaugh’s hidden views ‘being withheld from public’

Democrats insist documents should be released as Senate hearing for Trumps supreme court nominee descends into chaos Senate confirmation hearings for Donald Trumps conservative nominee for the supreme court once again descended into chaos on Thursday, as Democrats insisted documents exposing Brett Kavanaughs opinions on contentious issues were being withheld…

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg Says She Has ‘At Least 5 More Years’ On Supreme Court

During an event in New York City on Sunday, Ginsburg said she has “at least five more years” to serve on the Supreme Court, according to CNN. The justice spoke with director Molly Smith following a performance of “The Originalist,” an Off-Broadway show about her former colleague, Justice Antonin Scalia,…

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