“Chappaquiddick” will officially premiere in theaters today against a backdrop of high-profile scandals and it’s not at all what one would expect from Hollywood’s liberal and condescending lecturers. Throughout the movie, it does not go unnoticed that it strips away the decades-long myth perpetuated by the Kennedy family and spotlights Mary Jo Kopechne as a…

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The Senate Rules and Administration Committee released an itemized list of quietly settled harassment complaints and how much was used from its “shush fund” since 1998. The report revealed that $1.5 million of American tax dollars had been used in the chamber’s harassment settlements. The Daily Caller has the details: The report distinguishes between claims…

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For several years, Americans have been footing the bill to coverup lawmakers’ sexual harassment incidents and silence victims. Our government has fostered an environment that influences reprehensible behavior without fear of consequence and now expects the Congressional Accountability Act and mandatory sexual harassment training to solve the issue. USA Today has a compilation of what…

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