Andrew Clark
Washington, DC

Andrew Clark is the Opinions Editor of the Independent Journal Review. He has experience working in digital communications for GOP campaigns, and earned his BA and MA in media and public affairs from the George Washington University....

'Skinny Repeal' Is Literally the Least Republicans Can Do. But It's Not the Last.
By Andrew Clark - 5 months ago
After months of narrow votes and depressing failures, Senate Republicans are finally prepared to vote on their last, best chance to do
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If Republicans Fail to Repeal ObamaCare, It Will Be a Victory (For the Welfare State).
By Andrew Clark - 5 months ago
After seven long years, Republicans are now on the verge of finally dismantling much of the framework of the big government ObamaCare
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Chinese Speakers Have an Official Name for 'Trump' in Mandarin - And You Can Bet POTUS Likes It
By Andrew Clark - 5 months ago
I spent the first half of 2010 studying abroad in Shanghai, China, taking classes while spending the weekends exploring both the city
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Fact Check: No, the GOP Healthcare Bill Does Not 'Slash' or 'Cut' Medicaid
By Andrew Clark - 6 months ago
After the Senate released its own version of the ObamaCare repeal bill, now known as the Better Care Reconciliation Act, the media qui
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SCOTUS Ruling On the Travel Ban Is A Win For President Trump - And A Loss For Activist Judges
By Andrew Clark - 6 months ago
More than four months after President Trump's 'travel ban' executive order was halted by a series of lower court decisions, the Suprem
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The Senate Health Bill Is Not 'ObamaCare Lite' - But Conservatives Do Have 3 Legit Problems With It
By Andrew Clark - 6 months ago
The latest version of the Republican healthcare bill, this time from the Senate, was released Thursday morning. So far, it's following
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Lesson For Democrats After Georgia Loss: You Cant Just Rely On Trump's 'Unpopularity' To Win
By Andrew Clark - 6 months ago
Democrats poured millions of dollars into the special election in Georgia's 6th congressional district. They spent hours discussing th
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Reporter Who Was Assaulted In Montana Interviews Karen Handel - And She Doesn't Mince Words
By Andrew Clark - 6 months ago
Ben Jacobs, the Guardian reporter who was assaulted last month in Montana by a Republican congressional candidate, is now in Georgia c
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Eleventh Hour Polling Reveals Georgia Special Election Might Hold a Glimmer of Hope for GOP
By Andrew Clark - 6 months ago
Republicans have been hoping that traditionally Republican voters in Georgia's 6th congressional district will rally for a last-minute
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With One Week Until Georgia's Special House Election, Is Jon Ossoff In Trouble?
By Andrew Clark - 6 months ago
The high-stakes special election between Jon Ossoff (D) and Karen Handel (R) to fill the House seat in Georgia's 6th Congressional Dis
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Comey 'Fact Checked' the Trump-Russia Story - and Burned the Media for Using Anonymous Sources
By Andrew Clark - 6 months ago
Former FBI Director James Comey's much-anticipated testimony yesterday, while revealing, wasn't exactly the slam-dunk that the anti-Tr
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Narrative Busted? Comey Confirms He Told Trump 'Three Times' He Was Not Under FBI Investigation
By Andrew Clark - 6 months ago
A day before former FBI Director James Comey is scheduled to testify about his various encounters with President Trump, the Senate Int
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Republican Leaders Are Whispering About Dropping the ObamaCare Repeal. That'd Be a GOP Nightmare.
By Andrew Clark - 6 months ago
President Trump and Republican leaders in Congress convened at the White House Tuesday afternoon to discuss the status of the presiden
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While Liberals Panic Over Paris, They're Forgetting One Crucial Fact About U.S. Carbon Emissions
By Andrew Clark - 6 months ago
President Donald Trump pulled the U.S. out of the Paris Accord Thursday afternoon, and the progressive movement burst into anger and t
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The GOP Is Using the Kathy Griffin Scandal in a TV Ad for Georgia's Special Election - It's a Doozy
By Andrew Clark - 6 months ago
It's only been about 48 hours since liberal comedian Kathy Griffin shocked the world and nuked her own career by holding an effigy of
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While The World Freaks Out Over Trump Dumping Paris Agreement, Everybody Forgets What W. Did In '01
By Andrew Clark - 7 months ago
President Trump is reportedly considering pulling out of the Paris Accord - an international agreement by 195 countries to ease up on
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Reminder: Despite Comey Uproar, There's STILL No Evidence That Suggests Trump Colluded With Russia
By Andrew Clark - 7 months ago
The media and the White House waged all out war this week over the firing of FBI Director James Comey. The White House was caught in b
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There Goes The Narrative! Acting FBI Director Destroys Democrats' 'Russia Obstruction' Argument
By Andrew Clark - 7 months ago
A central part of the Democrats' narrative on FBI Director James Comey's firing has been that Trump possibly terminated him in order t
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ACLU Lawyer Makes Bizarre Admission About Travel Ban In Court - And Of Course It's About Trump
By Andrew Clark - 7 months ago
Democrats threw every legal objection they could think of at President Trump's travel ban when it was first signed more than three mon
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Fact Check: The Media Is Wrong When It Claims The GOP Is 'Gutting' Protections For Sick People
By Andrew Clark - 7 months ago
Many voters are confused over what specifically the Republican plan to repeal-and-replace ObamaCare - the American Health Care Act, or
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Hillary's Blaming Others for Her Loss. She Should Listen to Romney's Words On His Agonizing Defeat.
By Andrew Clark - 7 months ago
Nearly six months after her election night defeat last November, Hillary Clinton on Tuesday gave her most in-depth interview yet on he
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Budget Deal Avoids a Government Shutdown - and Keeps Trump's Agenda on the Table
By Andrew Clark - 8 months ago
Democrat and Republican Congressional negotiators over the weekend agreed on a tentative deal that would keep the government funded th
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New Conservative NYT Columnist Wrote His First Op-Ed - Now Liberals Are Talking About Unsubscribing
By Andrew Clark - 8 months ago
Conservative commentator Bret Stephens, formerly at the Wall Street Journal, was tapped by the New York Times earlier this year in an
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The Latest Amendment to the GOP Health Care Bill Drives Another Nail Into ObamaCare
By Andrew Clark - 8 months ago
After the Republican plan to repeal-and-replace ObamaCare failed to launch last month, the GOP has finally settled on a game-changing
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