John McCormack, National Review

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Past articles by John:

Poll: 65% of Voters Say Biden Is Too Old to Serve Another Term

Both Joe Biden and Donald Trump would be octogenarians during another term in the White House, but a new YouGov poll suggests the age issue could be worse for Biden than Trump. → Read More

D.C. Circuit Court Rules Equal Rights Amendment Still Dead

The D.C. Circuit Court ruled that the Equal Rights Amendment is still dead. → Read More

A Closer Look at the Wisconsin Supreme Court Race

The conservative in the race certainly has a chance. → Read More

Scott Walker Sounds the Alarm about Wisconsin’s Supreme Court Election

‘Everything’ is on the line, says the former Wisconsin governor. → Read More

Did Biden Send an F-22 to Shoot Down Hobbyists’ $12 Balloon?

If this turns out to be the case, just remember the corollary to Hanlon's razor: "Never attribute to aliens that which is adequately explained by stupidity." → Read More

Harris vs. Reagan on the Declaration of Independence

Kamala Harris delivered a speech on abortion in which she mentioned only two of the three unalienable rights named in the Declaration of Independence. → Read More

Correcting the New York Times on Late-Term Abortion

The Times changed the wording in its report without an editor’s note. → Read More

Stacey Abrams Says She Will ‘Likely Run Again’

The twice-failed gubernatorial candidate said in an interview this week that she will ‘likely run again’ for public office. → Read More

McCarthy on the Cusp of Being Elected Speaker

Fourteen holdouts flipped on Friday to vote to make the GOP leader the speaker of the House. → Read More

Why AOC Was Talking to Paul Gosar and Matt Gaetz on the House Floor

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez talked with Paul Gosar and Matt Gaetz on the House floor to assure them that she wouldn't skip voting for speaker to help Kevin McCarthy win. → Read More

House GOP Won Popular Vote in Four Key States Where GOP Senate Candidates Lost

The weakness of Trump-backed GOP Senate candidates really was the main factor that cost Republicans control of the Senate. → Read More

Why Arizona Could Be the Most Interesting and Consequential Senate Race of 2024

Sinema's defection from the Dem Party could shake up what was already likely to be the most consequential Senate race of 2024. It might determine the fate of the filibuster. → Read More

Hakeem Jeffries Succeeds Pelosi as Leader of House Democrats

House Democrats unanimously chose Representative Hakeem Jeffries as their new leader in a closed-door meeting on Wednesday. → Read More

Indiana GOP Senator Mike Braun Running for Governor in 2024

“Indiana Sen. Mike Braun is running for governor, according to paperwork filed with the secretary of state’s office Tuesday.” → Read More

Two New National Polls Show Republicans Evenly Split between Trump and DeSantis

Another interesting finding is that a plurality of Americans haven’t yet heard enough about DeSantis to have an opinion on him. → Read More

Tom Cotton: GOP Congress Would Aid Ukrainian Effort to Repel Russian Invasion

Republicans who opposed the Ukraine aid package last May were decidedly in the minority. → Read More

The Criminal Complaint against Alleged Pelosi Assailant Debunks Misinformation and Conspiracies

A crazy person who promoted conspiracies about Democrats broke into the Pelosi home and attacked Paul Pelosi with a hammer. It’s a scary and tragic story, and no one should have spread conspiracy theories about it. → Read More

Abortion Extremist Cortez Masto Cuts TV Ad in Front of Painting of Our Lady of Guadalupe

The Catholic iconography in a new ad is perhaps a sign that Catherine Cortez Masto’s campaign is worried that Democrats have alienated Latino voters by embracing extreme positions on abortion. → Read More

Mandela Barnes Admits He Backs Abortion through All Nine Months of Pregnancy

Wisconsin’s Democratic Senate candidate Mandela Barnes openly admits he wants abortion allowed through all nine months of pregnancy. → Read More

Ben Sasse Explains His Decision to Leave Senate to Serve as University of Florida President

GOP senator Ben Sasse is set to retire from the Senate before the end of the year in order to serve as president of the University of Florida. He talks to NR about the decision. → Read More