National Review

In Ireland, a Defeat for the Catholic Church, and for Liberalism

Until the results started to come in, it was natural to see Ireland’s abortion referendum through the prism of Brexit, Trump, and a larger, transatlantic… Continue Reading....

Read More »

Leadership in D.C.

A podcast with the conductor Gianandrea Noseda, hosted by Jay Nordlinger. Continue Reading....

Read More »

This Day in Liberal Judicial Activism—May 27

Theodore B. Olson, solicitor general under President George W. Bush, betrays the legal principles that he has purported to stand for over the course of his public career. Continue Reading....

Read More »

Taft the Anti-Populist

The 27th president resisted the progressive populism of Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson. Continue Reading....

Read More »

Italy, Again, The Euro, Again

“Revenge,” it is said, “is a dish best served cold”. The creation of the euro, it is said, was the triumph of politics over economics…. Continue Reading....

Read More »

HBO’s <i>Barry</i> Is Both Disturbing and Morbidly Hilarious

The standout dark comedy is one part Tarantino, one part Breaking Bad. Continue Reading....

Read More »

Spy Name Games

The Obama administration blatantly politicized the government’s intelligence and law-enforcement apparatus. Continue Reading....

Read More »

This Day in Liberal Judicial Activism—May 26

President Obama nominates Second Circuit judge Sonia Sotomayor. Continue Reading....

Read More »

Harvey Weinstein’s Accusers React to His Arrest

More than 85 women have accused Weinstein of sexual misconduct. Here’s what some of them had to say. Continue Reading....

Read More »

Did the Feds Lose 1,475 Migrant Children?

This is a pretty good example of how “fake news” works — there’s some factual basis for the claim, but it’s exaggerated or misunderstood. Continue Reading....

Read More »

Send this to a friend