Happy Saturday all.

Christian writer Michael Snyder has written an important article exploring the potential significance of “The Arch of Baal” being erected in D.C. right before the Kavanaugh hearings. That article can be found on our sister site (link below).

Things are still moving in the right direction with DC Clothesline and DC Dirty Laundry. We are growing and fighting the censors as hard as we possibly can. We could still use donations if you are in a position to do so. Even a small donation of $5 or $10 would help get us through these rough times and would be so much appreciated. Donate here if you are able.

In case you are not aware, there are days when we have too many articles to print and have to split them between sites, this was one of those days. So these are the posts that are on DC Dirty Laundry that are NOT featured on DC Clothesline today:

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The Arch Of Baal Was Put Up In Washington D.C. One Day Before Brett Kavanaugh Testified To Congress

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-Dean Garrison, Publisher