I did not do this back in high school or at any time,” Kavanaugh said. Ford says in the interview that she never revealed what had happened to her until 2012, when she and her husband sought couples therapy. Portions of her therapist’s notes, which Ford provided to the Post, do not mention Kavanaugh by name but say Ford reported being attacked by students “from an elitist boys’ school” who went on to become “highly respected and high-ranking members of society in Washington.” Kavanaugh, 53, is a federal appeals judge in Washington. President Donald Trump nominated him in July to replace retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy on the U.S. Supreme Court. The therapist’s notes say four boys were involved, but Ford says that was an error by the therapist. Ford says four boys were at the party, but only two boys were in the room at the time. Ford had contacted the Post through a tip line in early July after it had become clear that Kavanaugh was on Trump’s shortlist to fill a vacancy but before the Republican president nominated him. A registered Democrat, Ford contacted her representative in Congress, Democrat Ann Eshoo, around the same time. In late July, Ford sent a letter through Eshoo’s office to Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California, the top Democrat on the Judiciary Committee.
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“I am resuming immediately … I am on the mission already, I am on the fight for freedom and liberty already,” he said, surrounded by throngs of people. Leaning on a cane, he said his “desire for liberty” was as strong as “the desire of the millions and millions of people in Uganda to be free.” Ugandans, he said, were “slaves in our own country”. His supporters had earlier in the day defied a heavy security presence and gathered at his residence to welcome him, but once he arrived by police escort, security forces did not attempt to stop crowds from gathering at his home. Many of his supporters wore red t-shirts and hats. The color has come to be associated with his “People Power” movement, and demonstrators at Ugandan embassies in London, Nairobi and elsewhere have donned the same color during protests. Police had on Wednesday banned rallies to welcome Kyagulanyi home and said they would escort him to his home. The legal basis for the escort was unclear. Ahead of Kyagulanyi’s arrival, security forces had deployed around the airport and the highway linking it to Kampala to prevent supporters from greeting him.
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Alabama is 21-point favorites against Ole Miss in Oxford later tonight. The Crimson Tide once again look like the best team in college football. Nick Saban , the best college football coach ever, is still on the sidelines running the show. Knowing all this, a brave writer named Ben Miller has penned a column for the Daily Mississippian titled “ Nick Saban overrated as a head coach .” And you know, to be fair, I just called the curmudgeonly championship enthusiast the best ever so he’s quite highly rated. Among the madness, there is but one sentence that few have been brave enough to say: Nick Saban is an overrated head coach. Stay with me. I am perfectly willing to admit that Alabama would not have gotten to where they are currently without Saban’s tremendous recruiting talents that resulted in him having a dominant football team early in his career. What I am not willing to say, however, is anything that would make it sound like Saban is even close to being the greatest college football coach to ever live. Fast forward to today. The unprecedented success that Alabama saw almost immediately upon Saban’s arrival created a machine that the rest of the nation has yet to figure out how to stop. Saban had an incredible streak of recruiting that turned a mediocre team into a team that, for many years now, has required very minimal coaching.
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