John McCormack, National Review

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Recent articles by John:

National GOP Primary Poll: Trump 43 Percent, DeSantis 34 Percent

DeSantis also appears to have more room to grow than Trump does. → Read More

Stop Lying about Abortion Laws and Ectopic Pregnancies

There's no excuse for lying about abortion laws and ectopic pregnancies. → Read More

Top Senate Democrat Proposes New 21 Percent Tax on Oil Companies

Ron Wyden, a top Senate Democrat, is proposing a new 21 percent tax on oil companies. → Read More

Sasse Takes Aim at ‘New Isolationists’ in Reagan Library Speech

Sasse takes aim at isolationists on the Left and the Right. → Read More

The Dumbest Election Conspiracy Theory

There is nothing ‘fishy’ about Brian Kemp’s winning 70+ percent of the vote in his primary. Victories by that margin are common in primaries. → Read More

House GOP Prospects Improve in Cook Political Report Ratings

The Cook Political Report moves ratings for ten House races in the GOP’s direction and two races toward the Democrats. → Read More

Raffensperger Wins by Double Digits, Avoids Runoff

Polls had shown a competitive race in the Georgia GOP primary for secretary of state, but incumbent Brad Raffensperger is leading Trump-backed congressman Jody Hice 51.3 percent to 34.1 percent with nearly 90 percent of votes counted. → Read More

Re: Kemp Crushes Trump-Backed Perdue

Trump recruited and endorsed Perdue simply because he was angry that Kemp did not try to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election in Georgia. → Read More

Schumer Blesses Protests at Supreme Court Justices’ Homes

The Senate majority leader said he’s comfortable with protests that target Supreme Court justices’ private homes so long as those protests are peaceful. → Read More

Schumer Will Hold Another Vote on Radical Abortion Bill

Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer is vowing to hold another vote on a bill that would establish a right to abortion through all nine months of pregnancy in all 50 states. → Read More

Ohio GOP Senate Poll: Vance 26, Mandel 24, Dolan 21

Matt Dolan surges into contention with J.D. Vance and Josh Mandel for the Ohio Senate Republican nomination. → Read More

Is Wisconsin Democratic Governor Tony Evers in Trouble in November?

A new Morning Consult poll finds that Wisconsin Democratic governor Tony Evers is the only governor up for reelection in 2022 with a negative approval rating. → Read More

New York’s Gerrymander Declared Unconstitutional, Potentially Costing Democrats 3 House Seats

New York’s highest court rules that the state’s gerrymander is unconstitutional. → Read More

A Closer Look at Why J. D. Vance’s Stance on Ukraine Is Unpopular

The Ohio Republican Senate candidate got on the wrong side of GOP voters and even some of his donors over his position on Ukraine. → Read More

Marist: Biden Approval Rating ‘Lowest Since Taking Office’

Marist is the second pollster this week to find Biden’s job-approval rating below 40 percent. → Read More

Mo Brooks Campaign Implodes in Alabama

Former president Donald Trump announced he’s withdrawing his endorsement of Mo Brooks, saying that Brooks has gone ‘woke’ about the 2020 election. → Read More

Republicans and Manchin Praise Ban on Russian Oil, Demand Increase to American Oil Production

Joe Manchin is far from the only Democrat in Congress who wants to increase the production of American energy. → Read More

Rick Scott’s Illogical Defense of His Plan to Raise Taxes on Half the Country

Raising taxes on half the country is ill advised, and Senator Rick Scott’s defense of his proposal is illogical. → Read More

Schumer Falsely Claims Russia Only Accounts for 1 Percent of U.S. Oil Imports

In fact, Russian imports accounted for 8.2 percent of all U.S. oil imports from June 2021 until November 2021. → Read More

Quinnipiac Poll: Only 6 Percent of Republicans Say U.S. Is Doing ‘Too Much’ to Help Ukraine

A new Quinnipiac poll finds that 80 percent of Republicans say Biden has not been tough enough on Russia in response to the invasion of Ukraine, while only 2 percent of Republicans say Biden has been “too tough.” When Quinnipiac takes the ... → Read More