Niall Stanage, Local 22 & Local 44

Niall Stanage

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Past articles by Niall:

Five big questions hanging over Trump’s campaign

Former President Trump journeyed to Iowa Monday, delivering fiery remarks in the state that leads off the Republican primary process. Trump’s trip came just three days after Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) held two events in the Hawkeye State. DeSantis looks set to launch his own presidential bid, though he has not publicly said so, […] → Read More

The Memo: Democrats struggle to beat back GOP attacks on education

Republicans are lining up to take potshots at Democrats over education — an issue on which President Biden’s party used to enjoy a sizable advantage. The line of Republicans rushing to embrace the issue shows just how sharply the political dynamics have shifted. On Thursday evening, Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin spoke at a CNN town […] → Read More

Why Thursday’s US-Russia diplomatic meeting was so important

Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov held their first in-person meeting since the invasion of Ukraine on Thursday. Blinken and his opposite number were both attending the G-20 summit in New Delhi, India. The conversation was unexpected but brief — it reportedly lasted around 10 minutes — and there was […] → Read More

The Memo: Lightfoot is latest Democrat to fall to anger over crime

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot is the latest Democrat to fall to public concerns over crime. Lightfoot suffered an ignominious fate Tuesday when she failed to even make the runoff in her bid for a se… → Read More

Five takeaways from the big COVID-19 ‘lab leak’ story

The tangled story of the origins of the COVID-19 pandemic has taken a new twist. On Sunday, the Wall Street Journal revealed that the Department of Energy had shifted its position, now holding that the most likely source of the virus was a laboratory mishap, presumably in Wuhan, China — the so-called “lab leak theory.” […] → Read More

Nikki Haley: Bernie Sanders is ‘exactly the reason’ mental competency tests are needed

MARION, Iowa — Presidential candidate Nikki Haley defended her proposal for mental competency tests here on Tuesday — in startlingly personal terms. Haley said that one critic of the proposal, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), was “exactly the reason we need it.” Sanders, 81, had told Stephen Colbert of CBS’s “Late Show” Monday that Haley’s plan […] → Read More

The Memo: Trump and Biden find common enemy in DeSantis

President Biden and former President Trump have found at least one common foe: Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis. Biden traveled to DeSantis’s home state of Florida on Thursday, just two days after his State of the Union address. There, the president criticized DeSantis for the governor’s failure to expand Medicaid under the terms of the Affordable […] → Read More

Five big takeaways from President Biden’s 2023 State of the Union Address

President Biden delivered his second State of the Union address Tuesday amid the customary pomp and circumstance — and to loud acclaim from Democrats. But the speech also came as Biden struggles with mediocre approval ratings, the realities of a divided Congress and the looming start of the 2024 election campaign. Arkansas Gov. Sarah Huckabee […] → Read More

Five questions for Biden’s State of the Union address

President Biden will deliver his second State of the Union address on Tuesday evening. The speech comes at a critical point for Biden. Republicans now control the House, the glow from Democrats’ better-than-expected performance in the midterms is fading and the first moves in the 2024 campaign are already being made. Here are some of […] → Read More

The Memo: Biden’s plea for democracy struggles to get traction

President Biden sought to raise the stakes in the midterm elections with a major speech Wednesday evening — but he may have been only preaching to the choir. Biden’s televised address asserted that… → Read More

The Memo: Walker gives GOP hope with Georgia debate performance

SAVANNAH, Ga. — Republican Herschel Walker won a moral victory by avoiding disaster at his sole televised debate with Sen. Raphael Warnock (D-Ga.) Friday. In the process, the former football … → Read More

The Memo: Biden faced with growing gulf between warring Russia, Ukraine

The Biden administration is confronting an odd paradox in Ukraine — Kyiv’s unexpected successes could be making peace less likely anytime soon. Ukrainian forces have taken back around 2,000 square … → Read More

The Memo: DeSantis faces make-or-break moment as Hurricane Ian bears down on Florida

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) is facing a make-or-break test as Hurricane Ian bears down on his state. The immediate concern is for the Floridians in harm’s way from the mammoth storm, which is exp… → Read More

Five reasons Democrats’ midterm chances are rising

Democrats are feeling stirrings of optimism about November’s midterm elections. It’s a remarkable shift of mood for a party that had been bracing for heavy defeats only a few weeks ago. … → Read More

The Memo: Skepticism runs deep about Cheney’s electoral future

Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) is swimming against a strong current of skepticism as she publicly mulls a future run for office. Cheney has been clear that she is contemplating a White House run in 2024.… → Read More

The Memo: Jill Biden, Mayra Flores shine light on Dems’ Latino problem

Two recent controversies are exposing the way the political ground is shifting around Latino voters. The change isn’t yet catastrophic for Democrats. But it’s giving them cause for alarm. In short,… → Read More

The Memo: Jan. 6 panel is hurting Trump but not helping Biden or Democrats

Seven public hearings into the work of the House select committee on Jan. 6, an odd paradox is emerging. The hearings have hurt former President Trump. But they haven’t helped President Biden… → Read More

The Memo: Jan. 6 panel looks to build on big Hutchinson moment

The congressional investigation into Jan. 6 returns for its seventh public hearing on Tuesday, two weeks to the day since former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson stunned Washington with bombshel… → Read More

The Memo: Cassidy Hutchinson drops hammer on Donald Trump

A young woman previously unknown to most Americans delivered a searing indictment of former President Trump on Capitol Hill Tuesday. Cassidy Hutchinson, once a senior aide to Trump chief of s… → Read More

The Memo: Left’s frustration with Biden, Pelosi intensifies on abortion

Progressive frustration with President Biden and the Democratic leadership in Congress is at a boiling point, just days after the Supreme Court rescinded the constitutional right to abortion. Left-… → Read More