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Crosstalk: September 10, 2018

Below is just a sample of what Jim presented to listeners on this edition of our weekly round-up and comment program.

--13 left-wing groups have scolded Democratic Senator Chuck Schumer for failing the progressive base by not blocking Judge Brett Kavanaugh's nomination to the Supreme Court.
--New Jersey Democrat Senator Cory Booker made a scene at the Kavanaugh hearing, daring Republicans to expel him from the Senate, vowing to knowingly break Senate rules by releasing confidential committee documents and accuse Kavanaugh of having something to hide. As it turns out, the documents that Booker released had already been cleared for publication at 4am that morning. So Booker wasn't breaking any rules, he was merely 'grandstanding'.
--A new document has been released indicating that Brett Kavanaugh is possibly open to overturning Roe v. Wade.
--During questioning, Kavanaugh told the Senate that the government cannot force Christian groups to pay for abortions.
--Under questioning from pro-life Senator Lindsey Graham, Kavanaugh confirmed that there's no specific right to abortion in the Constitution.
--Mat Staver of Liberty Counsel has indicated that there are paid protesters at the Kavanaugh hearings.
--The ideological balance of the U.S. 6th and 7th Circuit Courts has been shifted from liberal to conservative thanks to judicial nominees elected by President Donald Trump with more on the horizon.
--Republican Jon Kyl of Arizona, who served 3 terms in the Senate before retiring in 2012, has been sworn in to fill the open seat left by the death of Senator John McCain.
--Homosexual activists are outraged over the appointment of Jon Kyl.
--India's supreme court has decriminalized homosexual sex acts.
--Homosexual activists are still calling and harassing an 81 year old Ontario, Canada, man even though his Christian themed billboard had been down for over a week.
--There's evidence that unisex changing rooms at public swimming pools are becoming a magnet for sexual offenders in the U.K.
--A plan in Scotland was proposed to let people simply self-identify as either a man, woman or something else, alleviating them of any obligation to undergo counseling or treatment. Now the most extreme supporters of that idea have proposed an option for children to be allowed to change their sex on their birth certificate, even if their parents object.
--The Human Rights Campaign is trumpeting former Vice President Joe Biden to be the headline for their 22nd annual national dinner.
--266 Chicago school employees failed background checks including 60 teachers.
--The Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty has filed a lawsuit against the Northeast Wisconsin Technical College (NWTC) for violating the free speech rights of one of its students and having an unconstitutional public assembly policy.
--Wary of capitalism, young people are turning to socialism. Membership in the Democratic Socialists of America has increased more than 600% in the last 3 years to pass 45,000 members.
--A Gallup poll last month found that Democrats have a more positive view of socialism than capitalism.
--North Korea's Kim Jong-un has given his first timeline for denuclearization aiming for the end of U.S. President Donald Trump's first term.
--A piano teacher is suing a charter school for rejecting her application because of worries that many of the old masterpieces she uses in her teaching are religious.

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