This weekend, the culture war grinds on with a bizarre Cultural Revolution-style fracas (leading to a firing, of course) at a major Catholic university. Click on over to Townhall to get your weekend’s fill of progressive bizarrerie.
Then come back here if that just was not enough!
Links in the column:
- Washington Post: “Catholic U.’s dean of social service quits after controversial tweets about sexual assault allegations,” by Nick Anderson
- The Tower: “More Than 40 Catholic University Graduate Social Work Students Plan Protest,” by Liz Friden
- The Catholic University of America: “President’s Statement on Will Rainford,” by John Garvey
- The Catholic University of America: “formal letter of apology,” Will C. Rainford, MSW, PhD [PDF]
- Politico: “Grassley refers Avenatti, Swetnick to DOJ for criminal probe,” by Elana Schor
- USA Today: “Christine Blasey Ford’s changing Kavanaugh assault story leaves her short on credibility,” by Margot Cleveland
- Washington Examiner: “Ford’s lawyers paid for her polygraph,” by Melissa Quinn
- National Review: “Ford’s Polygraph Statement Inconsistent with Letter to Feinstein,” by Jack Crowe
- NBC News: “Kavanaugh accuser Julie Swetnick speaks out on sexual abuse allegations,” by Kate Snow
This column will appear on this site on Wednesday.