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After 2022 Setback, GOP Race for 2024 Is Wide Open

From the Right / Josh Hammer /

The 2022 midterm elections were, by any objective measure, tremendously disappointing for Republicans. As has already been discussed ad nauseam, the "red wave" that so many -- yours truly included -- had predicted simply did not materialize. The reasons for that are numerous; no one individual, one institution or one specific systemic failure is...Read more

Florida, the New Capital of Red State America

From the Right / Josh Hammer /

In what was an overall frustrating election night for Republicans, in which the oft-predicted "red wave" failed to materialize nationally, there was one state above all that provided a clear beacon of hope. That would be my adopted state of Florida.

In the Sunshine State Tuesday evening, Gov. Ron DeSantis cruised to a second term with an ...Read more

The Return of Bibi Netanyahu

From the Right / Josh Hammer /

It turns out that, sometimes, the fifth time is a charm. With the final ballots now counted in Israel's fifth national election in four years, the results are officially in: Benjamin "Bibi" Netanyahu, already the longest-serving prime minister in the 74-year history of the modern Jewish state, is set to return as premier. After four elections ...Read more

Fetterman Debate Disaster Reveals Both Democrat Hypocrisy and Media's Shame

From the Right / Josh Hammer /

It is difficult to describe just how disastrous Tuesday evening's Pennsylvania Senate debate performance was for Democratic candidate (and current Keystone State Lt. Gov.) John Fetterman. In the course of one incredibly revealing and frankly painful hourlong debate, Fetterman -- the victim of a stroke from May 13, just four days before his ...Read more

Is the Red Wave Back?

From the Right / Josh Hammer /

In the dog days of summer, as President Joe Biden's average approval rating plummeted to historic lows amid an intense flurry of national setbacks, policy blunders and rhetorical "gaffes" (otherwise known as palpable senility), most in the punditry class began to predict an imminent "red wave" of Republican electoral dominance in November's ...Read more

Canceling the Cancelers at Yale Law School

From the Right / Josh Hammer /

Last month at the Sixth Annual Kentucky Chapters Conference of the Federalist Society, Judge James C. Ho of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit (disclosure: my former boss) issued a call to arms. Ho, who earlier this year ruffled feathers at Georgetown University Law Center by using the occasion of his own talk at Georgetown to ...Read more

The US Needs To Change Course Right Now in Ukraine

From the Right / Josh Hammer /

We are now more than seven months removed from Vladimir Putin's regrettable incursion into eastern Ukraine and Crimea. But despite that elapsed time and all the various developments since then, the United States' formal position on the conflict has changed markedly little. That overly simplified and Manichaean position, in short, is one of ...Read more

Will the Conservative Momentum at the Supreme Court Continue This Term?

From the Right / Josh Hammer /

The U.S. Supreme Court begins hearing cases for its new term, following its customary summer recess, on Monday, Oct. 3. If this Court term is anything like the most recent one, conservatives and constitutionalists will rejoice. This most recent term, conservatives achieved secured massive wins on abortion (Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health ...Read more

Ron Has Done It Again!

From the Right / Josh Hammer /

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has done it again. In using already-appropriated government funds to fly 48 illegal alien Venezuelan migrants from San Antonio, Texas, to the tony blue enclave of Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts, DeSantis has once again demonstrated his mastery of the political game. For at least the second time this year, with the ...Read more

National Conservatism: A Primer for the Uninitiated

From the Right / Josh Hammer /

On Tuesday, the third U.S.-based National Conservatism Conference -- "NatCon 3" -- wrapped up here in Miami. It was the second straight National Conservatism Conference held in Florida, and the largest NatCon conference yet; overall, there have now been three NatCon conferences held in the U.S. since 2019, with additional NatCon conferences ...Read more

Welcome to 2-Tiered America

From the Right / Josh Hammer /

Last week, this column focused on the eye-opening recent revelations from Missouri and Louisiana's lawsuit, still ongoing, that exposes the depth and breadth of the collusion between the Biden regime and the oligarchs of Big Tech. Those lightly redacted documents, made public via a Twitter thread from Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt, ...Read more

 

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