I fear that many people are overly invested in the transition to the new year being different – making many of the problems of this year vanish.
Lin Wood has seen and raised his fellow conspiracy-theorist Sidney Powell in a series of tweets that would make Q blush.
I think pro-lifers who have the ear of the president ought to impress upon him the importance of commuting the sentence of Lisa Montgomery.
There was a lot else going on this year, but the extraordinary rise in homicides might have been the most underplayed story.
In a lengthy post on Facebook, Nebraska GOP senator Ben Sasse addresses the danger of Congress attempting to overturn the election on January 6.
Professor Carter Snead weighs in.
It looks like there’s nothing there, despite the president’s insistence that this is where the massive fraud would be found.
National Review Institute — the nonprofit journalistic think tank that supports the NR mission — has done phenomenal work this year, despite all the obvious challenges.
Kamala Harris fact checks, deep dives on China’s COVID lies, and a defiant view from a pollster were among the NR stories that caught fire.
In that scenario, presiding over the count falls to Chuck Grassley as the president pro tempore of the Senate.