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Meanwhile, on the other side of the world...

The growing unrest in Iran might just be the most underreported major story of 2018.

Tapper isn't stupid. So when he says something this stupid, I can only assume that it's out of malice.

This is a solid campaign spot.

Since we're mocking some Taylor Swizzle...

Here's my absolute favorite cover of "I Knew You Were Trouble."

Taylor Swift can support Democrats, if she really likes socialism, likes political harassment, dislikes civility, or thinks people shouldn't be considered "innocent until proven guilty" ... but she should NOT have lied about Marsha Blackburn.

Horrific misogynist hires ... all women clerks.

Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh settled into his chambers on Sunday, and hired four clerks. Keeping to his tradition of making history by promoting women into powerful legal positions, Kavanaugh became the first U.S. Supreme Court justice — ever — to have all female clerks.

To top it off, this was reported by the New York Times's Adam Liptak.

Justice Kavanaugh met with his four law clerks, all women — a first for the Supreme Court — in chambers that had until recently been occupied by Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr., who has moved to Justice Anthony M. Kennedy’s old chambers.

Huh. It's almost like some 200 women might call Kavanaugh an upstanding gentleman who cares for women's advancement. What? That actually happened? You don't say.

Here I was thinking he was going to bring about "The Handmaid's Tale." Wonder what ever could have given me that impression...