Supreme Court

The Many Lies of Brett Kavanaugh

September 19, 2018 theFAULT 0

Boston Globe: “Before the latest explosive development in his nomination process, Brett Kavanaugh already had a track record for telling little lies.” “During the ongoing confirmation hearing process, Kavanaugh told senators he considers Roe v. […]


Trump Celebrates 9/11

September 11, 2018 theFAULT 0

Independent: “Donald Trump has sparked fresh controversy by greeting supporters with a double fist-pump gesture while arriving in Pennsylvania ahead of a memorial service for the September 11th attacks. The commander-in-chief can be seen in the photo with First Lady […]


September 8, 1935

September 8, 2018 theFAULT 0 Senator Huey Long is shot in the Louisiana state capitol building. He died about 30 hours later. Called a demagogue by critics, the populist leader was a larger-than-life figure who boasted that he bought legislators […]


September 8, 1974

September 8, 2018 theFAULT 0 “In a controversial executive action, President Gerald Ford pardons his disgraced predecessor Richard M. Nixon for any crimes he may have committed or participated in while in office. Ford later defended this action before […]