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The war on men: The sexual politics edition

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It started with Sen. Dianne Feinstein making a vague allegation from an anonymous source, relating to an unknown event, at an unspecific time, in an undescribed place, 35 years ago.

Brett Kavanaugh did something, Feinstein said. It was going to be bad. She just couldn’t say what — not just yet.

After a while, the public was given more salacious details. It wasn’t much, but it was enough of a titillating spore for the opposition and its willing media partners to work with to destroy a Supreme Court nominee’s reputation.

The accuser worked with a team of lawyers, and started bargaining with the Senate Judiciary Committee. She wanted a FBI investigation into something that happened to her in high school, 35 years ago. Something that no one else could verify.

It went from an alleged bed-wrestling match [by order of the governor’s Chief of Staff Scott Kendall, this section is hereby removed and I apologize to all victims at his strong advice to do so] to this: Kavanaugh used to arrange gang rapes in college, according to the opposition.

We’ve gone from high school drinking to gang rapes in the course of two weeks, accusing a sitting federal judge, who has had six FBI background investigations during the course of his career, of heinous acts against women. How much lower can it go?

Fashion caters to the sexual being. The Left would have us believe otherwise, but women use sex for advantage as much as men do. They just do it in their own way.

Now, however, we have a sitting federal judge being forced on national TV to tell a Fox News interviewer that he was a virgin until long after college. The media is now asking judges to describe their sex lives?

In the current #metoo era, men’s very spirits are being crushed by the incessant unfounded accusations against them. They are meat for the political grinder of the feminist Left.

Men are, quite simply, under assault. That includes brothers, husbands, sons, and fathers — all are now at risk of being accused.  Many falsely.

Human sexuality is exceedingly complex. It is not entirely about procreation. It is about romance, libido, power, and excitement. It is about everything in life and it is widely exploited in nearly every industry as a way to increase sales, whether they’re selling vacuum cleaners or cars. Sex appeal is as old as when a neanderthal wore tooth necklaces.

After weeks of playing hard to get with the committee, the accuser finally agreed that Sept. 27 is when she may testify. Or maybe not — her communications have slipped back into negotiations with the committee.

The New Yorker, meanwhile, brought forward another allegation, equally unsubstantiated if not more so. And her lawyer accuses the judge of gang rape. The media pounces.

Perhaps the mainstream media still does not understand why so many Americans do, in fact, consider it an enemy. The New Yorker hit job proves the argument: News reporters are by and large an extension of the Democratic Party’s hostile takeover of American centrist values.

Kavanaugh on Monday sent a letter to the committee saying he will not withdraw.

“The coordinated effort to destroy my good name will not drive me out,” he wrote. “The vile threats of violence against my family will not drive me out. The last-minute character assassination will not succeed.”


Democrats dragged America into the mud on the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh.

It is going to take Republicans with grit to put this confirmation into four-wheel drive and pull us out of the ditch, or there will never be another confirmation of a man to the Supreme Court. Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski knows how to drive a four-wheeler. This would be a good moment for her to put one in gear. Alaskans would be impressed, as would literally millions of Americans in the Lower 48.

Republicans in the Senate need to remember that Trump got elected because, in part, of the power of the presidency to rein in activist judges on the Supreme Court. If Kavanaugh is not confirmed, the conservative voters of America will not forget.


Several Alaskans have written to Must Read Alaska asking that their letters to the editor in favor of Kavanaugh be printed here because they are not being printed in the mainstream media.

For the next several days, Must Read Alaska will be printing those letters. They may be sent to Suzanne @  (Some letters, but not all, will appear under the “Columns” header on this website. This is essentially a workload issue, as only so many letters can be processed by one person.)

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Suzanne Downing had careers in business and journalism before serving as the Director of Faith and Community-based Initiatives for Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and returning to Alaska to serve as speechwriter for Gov. Sean Parnell. Born on the Oregon coast, she moved to Alaska in 1969.

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  • “It went from an alleged bed-wrestling match [by order of the governor’s Chief of Staff Scott Kendall, this section is hereby removed and I apologize to all victims at his strong advice to do so] to this: Kavanaugh used to arrange gang rapes in college, according to the opposition.”

    You are doing fine. Neither Walker’s Cheif of staff nor any other government employee including Walker has the authority to order you to remove anything. Whatever form his ‘advise’ took, you have no reason to follow it.

    Please keep doing what you’re doing.

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