The Brett Kavanaugh investigation produced something unexpected last week: a debate about whether it's normal and natural for men to get into physical altercations. Namely, bar fights.
Some of Judge Kavanaugh's staunchest defenders argued that his past, which included a fight at a bar during his college years at Yale, is only indicative of typical male behavior. Newsmax commentator John Cardillo wrote, "I don't know one guy, including myself, who wasn't in a bar fight."
Our panel discusses male violence and the acceptable standards of behavior. In studio: