Jim Geraghty, National Review

Jim Geraghty

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Past articles by Jim:

Janet Yellen’s Rough Morning

The Treasury secretary had a tough morning answering questions about Silicon Valley Bank. → Read More

Could a Ban on TikTok Really Happen?

A bipartisan Senate bill that will be introduced today aims to ‘give the president the authority to respond to threats posed by TikTok and companies like it.’ → Read More

Georgia Grand Juror Imperils Trump Case with Bizarre Media Tour

Meet the Georgia grand juror Emily Kohrs who’s doing a nearly unprecedented media tour and complicating efforts to indict Donald Trump or any of his aides and associates. → Read More

Why the Ohio Train Derailment Is Becoming a Bigger Story

We’re sorting out fact from fiction in the train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio. → Read More

How Much Does Jon Tester Want to Run for Reelection?

How much does Montana Democratic senator Jon Tester want to run for reelection? → Read More

Terrible New Inflation Numbers Nullify Biden’s State of the Union Boasts

The latest inflation numbers counter President Biden’s boasts in the State of the Union Address. → Read More

Kamala Harris and the Democrats’ Unwillingness to Hear Bad News

The Democrats’ Harris dilemma reflects an inability to process accurate information. → Read More

The State of the Union Address Was Supposed to Be a Victory Lap, Huh?

If this is a victory lap for Biden, imagine what defeat looks like. → Read More

Does President Biden Know What His Energy Department Is Doing?

If you search the White House web site for the term ‘gas stoves,’ it only appears twice. → Read More

Heck of a Morning, Axios!

Axios would have us believe that the GOP started the gas-stove fight of 2023, and that Transportation Secretary Buttigieg is a victim of circumstances. → Read More

Brazil Chaos Becomes Biden Administration’s Problem, with Bolsonaro in Florida

Thousands of supporters of former far-right president Jair Bolsonaro stormed the presidential palace, Congress, and Supreme Court in Brazil. → Read More

What the Speaker Fight Says about the Republican Party

The fight over whether Kevin McCarthy becomes the next speaker of the House continues. → Read More

Damar Hamlin, Still in Critical Condition in the University of Cincinnati ICU

As of 1:25 this afternoon, Damar Hamlin remains in critical condition in the intensive-care unit of the University of Cincinnati Medical Center. → Read More

Covid’s Cold Reality Catches Up to Xi Jinping’s Denial

The consequences of Beijing’s sudden about-face on ‘zero-Covid’ and lockdowns are predictably dire. → Read More

Look Who’s Telling Us That ‘Character Matters’ Now

Great news, everyone! Mo Brooks is here to teach us that character matters! → Read More

A Fusion Breakthrough That Could Change the World

An experiment at the Lawrence Livermore National Labs in California may have cracked the code on fusion reactions for energy production. → Read More

Are You Ready for Peter Thiel to Own an NBA Team?

The Wall Street Journal reports that conservative billionaire Peter Thiel may be financing a bid to buy the NBA’s Phoenix Suns and the WNBA’s Mercury. → Read More

Has Twitter Really Changed Since Elon Musk Took Over?

Have you noticed anything different on Twitter, and the platform’s roughly 500 million tweets per day? → Read More

Are We Ready to Learn Our Lessons Now, Republicans?

The flaws and baggage of Herschel Walker proved too much to overcome. → Read More

American Public Support for Ukraine Aid Slips

A new Washington Post survey shows that U.S. public support for Ukraine is starting to slip. → Read More