Isaac Schorr

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Isaac Schorr is a staff writer at Mediaite.

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Kudos to Mitch McConnell's final public service -- confronting the isolationist right

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell said he plans to spend the remainder of his time in office fighting the isolationist wing of the Republican party.

Biden provides burst of energy the country doesn't normally get to see during State of the Union

There’s a reason he’s eschewed other opportunities to hold the attention of the nation even as he runs well behind Donald Trump in both national and battleground state polls.

Mitch McConnell's critics will miss the powerful, principled pol sooner than they think

Mitch McConnell, longtime leader of the Senate Republican Conference, announced Wednesday he’s resigning from that role in November.

Fani Willis is just another false Dem idol who's now playing the victim

A liberal heroine was born on Thursday afternoon when Fani Willis, the Fulton County district attorney overseeing the Georgia election case against Donald Trump.

Rising star Mike Gallagher’s retirement from Congress shows the dysfunction in both parties

Rep. Mike Gallagher (R-Wis.), the talented, sober chairman of the Select Committee on the Chinese Communist Party, is leaving the legislative branch at the ripe old age of 39.

No, old man Biden classified documents report is not a Republican hit job

Some of the byproducts of that panic, like Biden’s disastrous press conference on Thursday evening, have been sad.

If Trump is convicted, an election win evaporates for Republicans

Make no mistake: The Trump train’s check-engine light is on. Not because it’s beset by just one small defect — it’s plagued by irreparable ones.

DeSantis' Trump endorsement proves he didn't have what it takes to beat the former prez

The endorsement Ron DeSantis offered after he announced the suspension of his presidential campaign Sunday is especially notable for what it said about the state of the GOP.

Shocking survey reveals exactly why elites are out of touch

This is a recipe for disaster.

It's not over yet: Here's how Trump could still lose the GOP primary

Donald Trump’s renomination as Republican presidential candidate isn’t inevitable, but the opposition’s sense of palpable defeat could make it so.

Colorado court's weak case only strengthens Donald Trump's chances in 2024 run

You’re so sure that you were put on this Earth to save the country from Donald Trump that you’re willing to gamble it all to have the chance.

Abandoning Ukraine sends message that US is no longer leader of the free world

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky traveled Tuesday to Capitol Hill to plead his case. He was met with skepticism and even some measure of hostility.

Only Haley and DeSantis have a shot at defeating Trump for GOP's 2024 nomination

And then there were four — but really only two — viable challengers to Donald Trump for the Republican presidential nomination.

Ron DeSantis, Gavin Newsom debate is a glimpse of sunshine, America

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and California Gov. Gavin Newsom had their own objectives and advantages going into Thursday night’s highly anticipated debate.

Why the powerful Koch network's Nikki Haley endorsement matters

Americans for Prosperity Action, a super PAC that’s part of the powerful Koch political network, announced Tuesday it’s backing Nikki Haley for president.

The shameful nods to antisemitism from Candace Owens and Tucker Carlson

Candace Owens and Tucker Carlson know exactly what they’re doing. 

Debate proves it's time for three to step aside and let DeSantis and Haley spar to take on Trump

Five candidates took the stage, the far and away frontrunner wasn’t among them, and only two that did are viable challengers to Donald Trump’s hold on the nomination.

Biden & Obama are wrong: Hamas, not Israel, is responsible for every civilian death in Gaza

It took days for former President Barack Obama to comment on Hamas’ barbaric terror attack in southern Israel this month, but now his cup overfloweth with convictions.

GOP finally grows a spine as it rejects Jim Jordan for House speaker

On Friday, Rep. Jim Jordan lost his status as speaker-designate after his candidacy failed on the House floor for the third time in four days.

Media parrots Hamas' lie without question -- and Jews suffer for it

Palestinians lift Hamas and Fateh flags as they protest in Nablus city in the occupied West Bank.