Category Archives: National Review

Third-Degree Murder Charge Dismissed against Derek Chauvin in Death of George Floyd

Chauvin, who was released from custody this month on $1 million bond, will still face charges of second-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter.

Asked about Court-Packing, Biden Says He’ll Form ‘Bipartisan Commission’ to Study Judicial Reforms

Biden once again did not say whether he would add to the nine-seat Supreme Court if elected, instead saying there are “a number of alternatives”

Senate Judiciary Republicans Advance Amy Coney Barrett Supreme Court Nomination as Dems Boycott

The Senate Judiciary Committee unanimously advanced Barrett’s nomination at its executive business meeting in a 12-0 vote with no Democrats present.

Hunter Biden Business Partner Confirms Email Showing Joe Was Offered Ten Percent Stake in Chinese Business Deal

Tony Bobulinski said the family “aggressively leveraged the Biden family name to make millions” from foreign entities. 

Journalists Join Dem Operatives in Attacking Fellow Reporters over Biden-Burisma Story

Reporters who dared to address the story were slammed as tools of a disinformation campaign.

Judiciary Democrats Plan to Boycott Vote on Amy Coney Barrett Supreme Court Nomination

Republicans will still hold the vote and advance the nomination.

Hunter Biden’s Purported Laptop Connected to FBI Money Laundering Investigation

The FBI subpoenaed a laptop and hard drive allegedly belonging to Hunter in connection with a money laundering investigation.

Donald Trump’s California Stronghold

In Newport Beach, supporters were out in force for a rare campaign stop in the deep-blue state.

Tech and Its (Other) Enemies

Americans should be the ones determining if and how American companies are subject to government control.

Stronger Capital Buffers for Fannie and Freddie Protect Taxpayers

Newly proposed capital rules for Fannie and Freddie will protect taxpayers from another crisis.