Andrew C. McCarthy
Andrew C. McCarthy
Bestselling author. Contributing Editor at National Review & Fellow at NR Inst. Fox News Contributor. Former Chief Asst. U.S. AttorneySource
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Chauvin Defense Witnesses Face Post-Trial Intimidation Campaign | National Review

Chauvin Defense Witnesses Face Post-Trial Intimidation Campaign | National Review

trend is forming in the aftermath of the .A second expert witness — Dr. David Fowler, an internationally renowned forensic pathologist who served for years as Maryland’s chief medical examiner — is now being subjected to harassment and defamation for having had the temerity to testify in the ex-officer’s defense case. Maryland’s attorney general has an investigation of 17 years’ worth of Dr. Fowler’s cause-of-death reports for “in-custody” cases. The state government was pressured to take action against Fowler by a letter signed by 431 doctors. That effort was led by , a …A look at why...

April 25, 2021
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What the Media Didn’t Tell You about the Chauvin Case | National Review

What the Media Didn’t Tell You about the Chauvin Case | National Review

you did not watch the , but only heard the inflammatory comments spewing out of the White House and the media-Democrat complex, there are things about it you would never know. And you’d be apt to believe the claims that American law enforcement is systemically racist. I watched the trial day in and day out, so let me cut you in on a few basic facts.Not a shred of evidence was introduced at the trial that Derek Chauvin is a racist. None. There was nothing in the weeks of testimony that even hinted at such a thing. …A look at why droves are leaving the state.George Floyd should not have died,...

April 24, 2021
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Obama Encore: Biden Justice Department Announces Investigation of Minneapolis Police Department | National Review

Obama Encore: Biden Justice Department Announces Investigation of Minneapolis Police Department | National Review

during the confirmation hearings for Attorney General Merrick Garland and other Biden nominees for top DOJ slots, the Obama Justice Department is back, and that means the police departments of the United States are in for radical surgery.Fired Minneapolis Police Department (MPD) officer yesterday afternoon on all three homicide counts in the racially charged George Floyd case. With the inevitability of the morning sun, AG Garland announced this morning that the Justice Department is launching a “pattern or practice” investigation of the MPD. The pretext is that the evidence in Chauvin’s...

April 21, 2021
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Derek Chauvin may be guilty, but Waters and Biden made sure this will drag on in appeal

Derek Chauvin may be guilty, but Waters and Biden made sure this will drag on in appeal

Thanks for contacting us. We've received your submission.Remember when the Left used to go ballistic over President Trump’s propensity to lob rhetorical bombs into pending investigations and prosecutions?Good times, good times.Well, Trump is gone and, mirabile dictu, and we’re beginning to notice that the Left’s provocateurs are . . . lobbing rhetorical bombs into the most consequential prosecution in the nation — the murder trial of Derek Chauvin in the George Floyd case.Indeed, it is worse than that. For all the downsides of his unhinged commentary, Trump never took matters to the point...

April 20, 2021
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The Supreme Thuggery of Democrats’ Court-Packing Scheme | National Review

The Supreme Thuggery of Democrats’ Court-Packing Scheme | National Review

settles it. Henceforth, for baseball, we need 13 on the field. You know, for “balance.” After all, when the big leagues started playing the World Series in 1903, there were only 16 teams. Now there are 30. If you’re going to have 30 teams, there should be at least 13 players on each side, right? Maybe even 30!Okay, okay, it’s a stupid idea. But you’ll have to forgive me: I watched Thursday’s show on the steps of the Supreme Court, and ever since, I’ve felt much stupider.According to Congressman Nadler (D., N.Y.) and his …With such narrow majorities, this really is no time for the Democrats...

April 17, 2021
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Biden's court-packing theater could tame the Supreme Court's conservatives

Biden's court-packing theater could tame the Supreme Court's conservatives

Follow Us   © 1996-2021 News CommunicationThe views expressed by contributors are their own and not the view of The Hill © Greg NashIt is human nature that we tend to remember the bright side of history, especially when it’s the side that supports lessons we hope to apply in the here and now. It gives us comfort that the sky is not falling.So it is with conservatives and the Biden court-packing theater, also known as the . Court-packing, of course, became a major issue in the 1930s, when progressives were, as today, both ascendant and frustrated. They consolidated power thanks to President...

April 14, 2021
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Chauvin-Trial Judge Refuses to Sequester Jury after Latest Police-Involved Killing | National Review

Chauvin-Trial Judge Refuses to Sequester Jury after Latest Police-Involved Killing | National Review

The Derek Chauvin murder trial is winding down amid more unrest.This morning, Judge Peter Cahill refused a defense motion to sequester the jury. The request came as Minneapolis is again experiencing turmoil over a young black man’s death at the hands of police, after he resisted arrest. This time, , a thus-far unidentified female police officer shot 20-year-old Daunte Wright to death on Sunday afternoon as he attempted to flee.Wright, who was reportedly driving a car while accompanied by his girlfriend, was pulled over for an alleged traffic violation by police in the Minneapolis suburb of...

April 12, 2021
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Chauvin Trial Bombshell: ‘I Ate Too Many Drugs’ | National Review

Chauvin Trial Bombshell: ‘I Ate Too Many Drugs’ | National Review

Prosecutors at Derek Chauvin’s murder trial in Minneapolis seemed jolted Wednesday when one of their most important witnesses initially testified that during George Floyd’s detention by police, while he appeared to be in fear for his life, Floyd stated, “I ate too many drugs.” Floyd, who was later pronounced dead, could be heard speaking on an audio/visual recording. The witness, Agent James Reyerson of the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, acknowledged during cross-examination by Chauvin’s counsel, Eric Nelson, that he could hear Floyd say, “I ate too many drugs.”It was clear that...

April 7, 2021
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Major League Baseball and the Voting-Rights Con | National Review

Major League Baseball and the Voting-Rights Con | National Review

n 1968, I got the thrill of a nine-year-old lifetime: The National League brought in my new hero, Jerry Koosman — my beloved Mets’ second-best pitcher — to strike out Carl Yastrzemski, ending the All-Star Game with a 1-0 victory over the American League. The game was something of a double-play that year, and not in a good way: the first All-Star Game played on artificial turf and indoors, in the mausoleum known as Houston’s Astrodome. It was also the first such game played at night in nearly a quarter-century — when a couple of early All-Star Games were played before sparse crowds and...

April 3, 2021
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Ho-Hum: The Cases Senator Hawley Cites Show Judge Jackson Is an Unremarkable Sentencer in Child-Porn Cases

Ho-Hum: The Cases Senator Hawley Cites Show Judge Jackson Is an Unremarkable Sentencer in Child-Porn Cases

Senator Josh Hawley could not have been more civil and engaging in his opening statement at Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s confirmation hearing today. He was also very fair in alerting Judge Jackson about the specific child-pornography cases he intends to question her about — i.e., about the sentences she imposed in those cases as a federal district judge. This is as it should be. Judge Jackson is a progressive, and progressive judges tend to be light sentencers. It is fair game for senators to probe her judicial philosophy, which includes her approach to sentencing, the most wrenching task...

Mar 22
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