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Weekly Devotion: The Crucible of Job Interviews.
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Well, the saga continues – the Ford versus Kavanaugh contest being tried in the "court of public opinion." We have learned something from the Democrats during this display: you’re guilty until proven innocent – something to look forward to if these guys and gals ever get back in power. Their excuse is this isn't a trial – so any inherent approach to jurisprudence doesn't apply – this is a "job interview." Let's talk about this. Job interviews at private companies are conducted in private. If issues arise that bring questions to the applicant’s character, and the candidate’s application is turned down, said issues remain private, and no damage is done to the applicant. Mr. Kavanaugh’s “job application” has morphed into something that will destroy what remains of his life and the lives of his family members. All of this was avoidable. Senator Feinstein could have taken the letter to the committee in confidence, respected Dr. Ford’s appeal for privacy, and protected Judge Kavanaugh and family from the media and a public lynch mob. In fact, had she done so, the matter may have been resolved one way or the other. This says much about Senator’s Feinstein’s character and that of Democratic politicians in general.

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