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Andrew C. McCarthy
Bestselling author. Contributing Editor at National Review & Fellow at NR Inst. Former Chief Asst. U.S. Attorney
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Andrew C. McCarthy 5h
Replying to @DavidAFrench @KevinNR
And as a Bronx guy born and bred, I feel compelled to point out that your character witness, , was a denizen of the SOUTH Bronx!
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Andrew C. McCarthy 6h
Replying to @PatriotInWinter
Go with the flow!
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Andrew C. McCarthy 7h
Hmmm, charging it as murder in aid of racketeering ... who’d have thought of that?
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Heather R. Higgins Nov 20
Congress has non transparent hush funds for bad behavior for the same reason schools have rubber rooms for bad teachers: political parties are unions, and for all the lip service, at bottom they are most about protecting their own.
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Andrew C. McCarthy 7h
Replying to @marthamaccallum
If judges instructed juries that all women have a right to be believed in harassment (and worse) cases, every conviction would be reversed on due-process grounds. No one has a right to be believed. We weigh credibility, corroboration, etc.
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Andrew C. McCarthy 8h
I emphatically agree w/ - nullify the non-disclosure agreements. Should be presuming *against* government secrecy. My column
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Andrew C. McCarthy 19h
Why a DOJ vs. AT&T-Time Warner Case Could Be a Close Call - good analysis.
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CJ Ciaramella Nov 20
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Matt Fuller Nov 20
Not even Nancy Pelosi knew John Conyers settled a sexual harassment claim with taxpayer dollars. Neat way for ranking members of committees to never face actual repercussions.
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Andrew C. McCarthy Nov 20
Report: Justice Department to Oppose AT
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Andrew C. McCarthy Nov 20
Replying to @rogerkimball
Our system doesn’t depend on honesty, tho we hope for it. Depends on officials self-interestedly protecting their turf. So don’t ask if Mueller’s honest. Demand to know the nature/parameters of his investigation.
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Andrew C. McCarthy Nov 20
Replying to @rogerkimball
Understanding what’s actually happening would be a good start. I’ve said from outset DOJ should clarify Mueller’s jurisdiction. No movement from GOP Congress to discern/estab limits on investigation. TRUMP Justice Dept seems content, so why fuss?
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Andrew C. McCarthy Nov 20
. is too smart to be missing the point. It’s not a criminal investigation. It’s an impeachment investigation hiding under a counterintelligence investigation. They didn’t limit Mueller to authority of a prosecutor. I feel like Cassandra last 11 mos.
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Kyle Smith Nov 20
Caption this photo!
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Andrew C. McCarthy Nov 20
Political commentary intrudes on law, again: POTUS's attacks complicate attempt to block TimeWarner-AT&T merger. My column:
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Andrew C. McCarthy Nov 20
For Slimy Senators, Our Conviction Should Be Expulsion - my weekend column, ICYMI:
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Andrew C. McCarthy Nov 20
FBI has not verified Trump dossier - itemizes major claims that should have been corroborated by now, tho investigative sources say they haven't. via
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Andrew C. McCarthy Nov 19
Ok, so I mixed up my socks ...
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Andrew C. McCarthy Nov 19
Replying to @benshapiro
I’ll be “dead”— I mean dead.
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Andrew C. McCarthy Nov 19
Replying to @JonahNRO
He’s got good antennae for this stuff. Sons are great players but LaVar widely seen as jerk. If you’re into this look-at-me crap, good guy to pick fight with, I guess. Tedious.
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