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Supreme court nominee Brett Kavanaugh testifies before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington, Thursday, Sept. 27, 2018. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

Lies and the Kavanaugh hearing

After being acquitted in May 1987 of all 10 counts of larceny and fraud — charges that some said were politically motivated — in connection with a New York City subway project, former Reagan administration Labor Secretary Ray Donovan turned to the Bronx prosecutor and famously asked, “Which office do I go to, to get my reputation back?”

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A demonstrator holds a U.S. flag during a rally at the Southorn Playground in Hong Kong, Tuesday, Oct. 15, 2019. Protesters in Hong Kong have thrown basketballs at a photo of LeBron James and chanted their anger about comments the Los Angeles Lakers star made about free speech during a rally in support of NBA commissioner Adam Silver and Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey, whose tweet in support of the Hong Kong protests touched off a firestorm of controversy in China. (AP Photo/Mark Schiefelbein)

NBA losing money -- and well it should

- The Washington Times

The NBA's commissioner Adam Silver said that China had pressed for the firing of Rockets general manager Daryl Morey -- for the crime of publicly supporting freedom-fighting protesters in Hong Kong -- and that the league, as part of the fallout for siding with the reds over the red, white and blues, has been losing money.

Concern that a "deep state is working to overthrow President Trump" is on the increase, says a new survey. (ASSOCIATED PRESS)

Numbers: 38% of Americans now say 'deep state' trying to overthrow Trump

- The Washington Times

The political world continues to quake with fake news, tales of Russian collusion, liberal bias in the media, a shrill election campaign plus endless, confabulated accusations against President Trump. It is no wonder that vexed voters are filled with fatigue and frustration over it all — longing for a return to a productive and convivial Congress and a chance to enjoy the best U.S. economy in 50 years.