Steve Schmidt had no patience for Lindsey Graham and his fauxtrage.
Sarah Huckabee Sanders tried to deflect the question over to Bill Clinton's accusers rather than face the truth of the question before her.
Sniveling toady Senator Lindsey Graham took his inner misogynist out and laid it on the table for everyone to see.
Activists imploring Senator David Perdue to reconsider his support of Brett Kavanaugh were given a rude warning while he ignored their pleas.
Senator Jeff Flake agreed to vote Brett Kavanaugh out of committee, but with the demand that the floor vote be delayed for one week for an FBI investigation.
This is a very, very big deal, given Kavanaugh's reliance on his ABA rating as evidence of his qualifications.
Brett Kavanaugh had lots of blame to cast, but in the process he disqualified himself from the judiciary. Not just SCOTUS, but also the Court of Appeals.
Republican classmate Lynne Brookes disputes Kavanaugh's testimony: "He was stumbling drunk in a ridiculous costume saying really dumb things."
After the first round of questions, Fox News was impressed by Dr. Blasey Ford and perplexed by GOP strategy.
Donald Trump came perilously close to using the term "lazy" when referring to former President Obama, whose judicial nominees were blocked.
Senator Mitch McConnell seems to have forgotten how he treated Merrick Garland.
If a yearbook entry is worth 1,000 words, Brett Kavanaugh's suggests a culture of disrespect and contempt for the women who were his contemporaries in nearby private schools.
She's been featured in ads blanketing cable networks, was quoted in Jane Mayer and Ronan Farrow's article, but she seems to be walking it all back.
With conflicting reports flying around cable news about Rosenstein's future at the Department of Justice, it's possible he may be fired. Or not.
Liberty University's film about a firefighting hero-prophet and his predictions can only be described as idolatry.