Jack Crowe, National Review

Jack Crowe

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Past articles by Jack:

Prosecutors Raise Concerns about Lefty Boston DA ahead of Confirmation as U.S. Attorney

Senate Judiciary Republicans broke with precedent by voting unanimously against her confirmation in September. → Read More

Corporate Media’s Silence on the Loudoun Bathroom-Assault Story Is Deafening

Those interested in what the corporate media won't cover, like the covered-up rape of a student at a Loudoun County school, must rely on the work of National Review. → Read More

What Happens When You Put Your Phone Down

On finding the last pub in New York where no one looks at their phone. → Read More

Pompeo: Fauci ‘Should No Longer Be Serving in American Government’

Mike Pompeo accused Anthony Fauci of obfuscating on the question of whether the U.S. funds dangerous research in China. → Read More

We Shouldn’t Need the ‘Riot Squad’ — But We Do. A Response to The Intercept

Robert Mackey accuses the so-called riot-squad of "misleading" their millions of online viewers by focusing exclusively on violence and destruction rather than placing the looting and beating "in context." → Read More

Republican Conspiracy-Theorizing Allows Democrats to Deflect Legitimate Criticism

Democrats use right-wing conspiracy-theorizing to cast even the most rational and widely shared critiques as loony. → Read More

Jimmy Kimmel Tries to Make Corruption Funny

Jimmy Kimmel has once again proven himself more than willing to be used as a political prop, and that was made evident in his interview with Hunter Biden. → Read More

CNN Could Tell the Difference Between Baby Boys and Girls Just This Past Weekend

If Devan Cole’s scientific breakthrough about the elusiveness of sex is true, CNN has a lot of work ahead auditing its past coverage of celebrity baby announcements. → Read More

It’s Been One Year Since Chris Cuomo Told Us ‘We’re All in This Together’

Chris Cuomo was able to hold himself up as a martyr for the cause of COVID-awareness because he was given access to a test, at that point a luxury good. → Read More

Chuck Yeager, American Original

Chuck Yeager, who died Monday in Los Angeles at the age of 97, is best known as the first man to break the sound barrier. → Read More

No Newsroom Is Safe If The Intercept Can Fall Victim to Media Groupthink

The Intercept’s editors forbade Glenn Greenwald from publishing a column airing well-documented allegations of Biden family corruption. → Read More

Trump: Republicans Have ‘Obligation’ to Fill Ginsburg Vacancy ‘Without Delay’

“We were put in this position of power and importance to make decisions for the people who so proudly elected us,” the president said. → Read More

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Dead at 87

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away Friday at age 87 from complications related to metastatic pancreatic cancer, the court announced. → Read More

Why Was Governor Steve Bullock Soliciting Chinese Investment in Montana?

In a mysterious video, Bullock sings the state’s praises to Chinese investors. It appears connected to the EB-5 visa program, though his campaign denies it. → Read More

How Coronavirus Has Challenged the World Health Organization

The fight over the WHO has become yet another front in the emerging fight over American geopolitics in the era of a rising China. → Read More

Trump Announces U.S. ‘Terminating’ Relationship with World Health Organization

President Trump announced that the U.S. is "terminating" its relationship with the World Health Organization over its handling of the coronavirus. → Read More

Attorneys for Conn. High School Runners Ask Judge to Recuse after He Forbids Them from Describing Trans Athletes as ‘Male’

In the motion filed Saturday, the ADF attorneys argue that Judge Robert Chatigny's order is "legally unprecedented" and disrupts the appearance of impartiality. → Read More

What We Know about CPAC’s Coronavirus Response

There has been significant confusion surrounding the response of CPAC to the news that a coronavirus carrier was at the Gaylord National hotel in Maryland. → Read More

Dem NC Senate Frontrunner Backs Lowering Tuition after Multiple Votes for Tuition Hikes

Cal Cunningham, the leading contender to take on Republican incumbent Thom Tillis in November, is coming under fire from a progressive primary challenger. → Read More

Former Justice Department Attorney Warns That Prosecutorial Abuses Go Beyond FISA Process

In a memo, Ankush Khardori, who recently left the DOJ, alleges the abuse of an obscure bureaucratic mechanism to skirt statutes of limitations. → Read More