Women, and due process, prevailed in the midterms

By Carl M. Cannon

American voters don’t always get it right. But they usually do, at least when you look at the big picture, a truism reinforced by the 2018 midterm elections.

This was the first big chance for the U.S. electorate to offer its interim verdict on Donald Trump. It was also the first national election since the explosion of the #MeToo movement. In its collective wisdom, American voters managed to validate women while rejecting the most jarring excesses of the anti-Trump “Resistance” — namely the Democrats’ keelhauling of Brett Kavanaugh. In so doing, the voters reinforced the primary principles embedded in English common [READ MORE HERE]

Source: OC Register

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