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October 6, 2018 8:00 pm
After weeks of drama, including accusations of sexual assault, protests, and non-stop media coverage, the Senate narrowly voted to confirm Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.
There are many lessons here. One is that elections matter. Imagine what kind of judge Hillary Clinton would have nominated had she been president. Consider Kavanaugh’s chances of confirmation if Republicans hadn’t held a slight majority in the Senate...
Lessons from the Cavanaugh nomination. This is David Wheaton, host of the Christian worldview. After weeks of drama, including accusations of sexual assault protest nonstop media coverage. The Senate narrowly voted to confirm Brett Cavanaugh to the Supreme Court. There are many lessons you. One is that elections matter. Imagine what kind of judging Hillary Clinton would've nominated had she been president. Consider Cavanaugh's chances of confirmation. If Republicans hadn't held a slight majority in the Senate for Christians voting for candidates at all levels most closely approximating the biblical worldview, including the right to life for the unborn and the presumption of innocence.
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