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Andrew C. McCarthy

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Past articles by Andrew:

America’s Interests Are Not Necessarily the Same as Ukraine’s

We should support Ukraine because Russia is our enemy, but that support can’t be unlimited. → Read More

Will Donald Trump Luck Out Again?

A Georgia grand juror’s bizarre media blitz could work to the former president’s advantage. → Read More

Impeachment Is the Only Weapon Left to Fight Biden’s Border Sabotage

Either Republicans use the best tool they have to force Biden’s hand, or they are aiders and abettors. → Read More

On MLB’s Abominations

MLB does not need an automatic runner in extra innings. → Read More

The China Surveillance-Balloon Story Is Not Getting Better

Congress needs to ask a lot of tough questions about gaps in U.S. air defenses. → Read More

The FBI Finally Searches Biden’s Rehoboth Beach Home — What Took So Long?

Biden apologists are once again putting their best spin on this classified-documents debacle. → Read More

No, There Shouldn’t Be a Special Counsel for Pence

When you’ve dug yourself a hole, as AG Garland has, it’s better to stop digging. → Read More

The truth about Biden’s document debacle: He didn’t ‘self-report’

The issue is Biden’s serial violations of the federal criminal law that controls classified intelligence, not how supposedly helpful he has been to investigators. → Read More

Could the Deal Be Sealed by Present Votes?

A deal may be coming into view, even considering McCarthy’s latest and seventh failed speaker vote this afternoon. → Read More

What Happens If Some House Members Start Voting ‘Present’?

If enough Republicans voted "present," Democrat Hakeem Jeffries could be elected speaker with just the 212 votes he amassed in round three. But it’s unlikely. → Read More

Impeach Biden over the Security Catastrophe He’s Caused at the Border

The president’s dereliction of duty has created a crisis. Congress must either impeach him or fix it. → Read More

Nothing New in January 6 Committee’s Final Report — but That Doesn’t Make It Insignificant

Yes, we knew all of this. But it is quite something else to see it marshaled to chilling effect in a congressional report. → Read More

Just So We Know Who’s in Charge . . .

House Democrats relied on the New York Times for reporting on Trump's tax returns. → Read More

Manhattan State Jury Convicts the Trump Organization on Felony Tax Crimes

It will be accurate for the media and Donald Trump’s political foes to describe the organization he has run for decades as “felonious” — get used to seeing a lot of that word. → Read More

This Week in the Trump Investigations

Last week, there were at least seven Trump investigations ongoing. By Monday morning, the New York Times was reporting that there is an eighth — the Stormy Daniels episode. → Read More

Let the End of the George Floyd Case Mark the End of a National Psychosis

If voters hand Democrats a stinging defeat at the ballot box, the national psychosis that began with the death of George Floyd will be a huge reason why. → Read More

Eighth Circuit Slams the Brakes on Biden Student-Loan Debt Cancellation

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit has ordered the Biden administration to refrain from discharging any student loan debt while it considers an application for an injunction against the president’s debt cancellation program sought by six states. → Read More

Durham’s Danchenko Trial Looks a Lot Like His Sussmann Trial

The same weaknesses that undid Special Counsel John Durham’s case against Democratic lawyer Michael Sussmann also apply to his case against Igor Danchenko. → Read More

A Jumbled Trump Filing Takes On the DOJ over Classified Documents

The legal team is opposing the push to exclude classified documents from a special-master review. → Read More

Donald Trump Has It Wrong: Cutting through the Confusion on Executive Privilege

The privilege belongs to the incumbent president and no one else. → Read More