Week in Review: Mueller’s Preposterous Rationale for Tainting the President with ‘Obstruction’ Allegations

Volume II of his report does exactly what he claimed to be avoiding.

May 12 2019

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Mueller's Preposterous Rationale for Tainting the President with 'Obstruction' Allegations

Andrew C. McCarthy

The smear-but-don't-charge outcome is the result of two wrongs. Read More

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Democrats Bully Barr

Deroy Murdock

House Democrats have forced Barr to steer between the Scylla of contempt of court and the Charybdis of contempt of Congress.

Democrats Aren't Returning to Normalcy

Jonah Goldberg

Most of the field seems to think that Twitter likes and retweets will count as primary votes, and that there's an appetite for left-wing radicalism.

Texas LGBTQ Caucus Kills 'Save Chick-fil-A' Bill

Jack Crowe

The Texas House's newly-formed LGBTQ caucus on Friday successfully blocked legislation introduced by Republicans to prevent religious discrimination.

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William Barr vs. Eric Holder: A Tale of Two Attorneys General

Michael W. McConnell

What is the legal or constitutional difference between Eric Holder's refusal to provide documents and William Barr's?

Russiagate: Law in the Service of Partisan Politics

Andrew C. McCarthy

Russiagate has always been a political narrative masquerading as a federal investigation. Its objective, plain and simple, has been twofold: to hamstring Donald Trump's capacity to press the agenda on which he ran, and to render him unelectable in 2020.

The Who's Tommy at Fifty

Brad Schaeffer

From great singles such as "Pinball Wizard" to the more intricate musical tapestry and recurring themes laid out in the five-minute overture, "Tommy" is an album one can, and should, listen to front-to-back in one sitting.

Against the Persecution of Bill Barr

David French

Attorney General William Barr has gone above and beyond legal requirements in his release of the Mueller report. He deserves Congress's gratitude, not its contempt.

House Passes $19.1 Billion Disaster-Aid Package over Trump's Objections

Mairead McArdle

The House on Friday passed a $17.2 billion disaster-aid package despite the opposition of President Trump, who blasted the measure Thursday.

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