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 2019-12-15 11:30 

National Review

'Republicans Pounce,' Bigly...

It is the Democrats who are willing to undermine our institutions — accepting the incompetence and corruption at the FBI, IRS, NLRB, and more while pouring scorn on the efforts of inspectors general to address such incompetence and corruption.'...

 2019-12-14 11:30 

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Ball of Collusion and FISA Reform...

The participation of the court allows executive officials to evade accountability.'...

 2019-12-14 11:30 

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Philip Glass's Akhnaten Brings Ancient Egyptian Piety to Life...

There is constant motion on stage, be it acrobats juggling, set pieces slowly moving, or lights varying in luster. The effect is entrancing. Although it's hardly an action-packed show, the glowing sun-like lights and acrobatics make it a visually arre...

 2019-12-14 11:30 

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A Joyous Christmas Carol on Broadway...

Director Matthew Warchus's Broadway adaptation of "A Christmas Carol" is as interested in the rewards of being generous as it is in the perils of being a miser.'...

 2019-12-14 11:30 

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Present at the Demolition...

NATO and the EU survived the Cold War and flourished in the two decades after the dissolution of the Soviet Union but both have run up against the limits of expansion. Both have lost sight of their historic function to preserve the peace.'...

 2019-12-14 11:30 

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Edith Halpert and American Modernism...

The Edith Halpert show at the Jewish Museum builds an intellectual, biographical, and aesthetic storyline. It starts with a voyage and with romance.'...

 2019-12-13 21:50 

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The U.K. Elections Were the Real Second Referendum...

Labour lost 59 seats, putting the party in its worst position since 1935. The Tories won a majority of 78, making this their biggest victory since 1987.'...

 2019-12-13 21:42 

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The Costs of Trivializing Impeachment...

In the absence of public objection to the politicization of impeachment of the president, it is apt to become the new normal.'...

 2019-12-13 21:36 

National Review

Unwelcome Signs for the U.S. in Argentina's New Administration...

The Trump administration should not be distracted by Alberto Fernndez's claim of pragmatism in Argentina.'...

 2019-12-13 21:29 

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The Lessons American Conservatives Can Learn from the Tories' Victory...

Though there are limits to the parallels that can be drawn between British and American politics, yesterday's election results still yield some insights.'...

 2019-12-13 21:20 

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Smearing Lawrence VanDyke...

The American Bar Association and critical journalists have done little to substantiate their claims about Lawrence VanDyke.'...

 2019-12-13 21:00 

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Our Movement Is Stronger . . . Together...

NRI does its important work thanks to our generous supporters and the broader NR Nation.'...

 2019-12-13 18:20 

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Congrats Boris, R.I.P Fiscal Conservatism...

Five years of Boris Johnson beat five years of Jeremy Corbyn any day, and will likely guarantee Brexit. But they also spell the death of fiscal conservatism.'...

 2019-12-13 18:01 

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Trump's Effort to Fight Campus Anti-Semitism Is No War on Free Speech...

Donald Trump's executive order targeting anti-Semitism on American college campuses is not an attack on free speech.'...

 2019-12-13 17:44 

National Review

A Federal Government That's Not Good at Its Job Can't Effectively Serve the 'Common Good'...

Well-intentioned though conservatives calling for a more activist government may be, ours has failed miserably with the responsibilities it already has.'...

 2019-12-13 15:18 

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Judgment Day U.K.: Tories Win Big...

Boris Johnson bested Jeremy Corbyn by rejecting the cultural extremism of the left but abandoning the politics of austerity. Now Brexit is finally imminent.'...

 2019-12-13 11:30 

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'Pregnant with War': Ukraine Journal, Part IV...

The GOP, Russia, national identity, a powder keg, and more.'...

 2019-12-13 11:30 

National Review

Richard Jewell Is Eastwood's History of the Future...

What's impressive about "Richard Jewell", Clint Eastwood's latest common-man-hero epic, is its transition from casual realism to profound feeling. It's a period film that addresses our current distress.'...

 2019-12-13 11:30 

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Diversity Panic Hits the Democratic Field...

Lots of Democrats are talking about the "structural racism" of the primary system. But none of the non-white candidates complained about the rules at the beginning. Is it only structurally racist if Democratic voters support white candidates?'...

 2019-12-13 11:30 

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The Shocking Right-Wing Tinge of Once Upon a Time . . . in Hollywood...

Quentin Tarantino's stort drips disdain on hippie Boomers from the vantage point of an older, sturdier, more rules-bound and more conservative America.'...

 2019-12-13 11:30 

National Review

The Unhistoric Impeachment...

Ultimately, impeachment is going to get swallowed up by the news cycle like everything else. It will leave a mark, becoming a line in Wikipedia and any other capsule account of the Trump presidency. In short order, though, it will seem like an event from ...

 2019-12-13 11:30 

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The Lessons in Federalism That Prohibition Taught Us...

As we near the centennial of America's experiment with Prohibition, it is worth remembering its lessons about the importance of following the Constitution and its decentralized federalism — before our politics get any worse.'...

 2019-12-12 21:18 

National Review

Rubio's Industrial Policy Is Far from Radical...

One of the important subtexts of Marco Rubio's industrial-policy speech is the intersection of economic structures and geopolitical strategy.'...

 2019-12-12 21:05 

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Brexit's Last Chance...

This excerpt is from Episode 180 of 'The Editors' podcast with National Review's Rich Lowry and other editors.'...

 2019-12-12 20:55 

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A Most Decisive Election...

In a matter of hours, the fate of Britain and Brexit will be decided as the votes from the U.K.'s general election are counted.'...

 2019-12-12 20:50 

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The Damning Inspector General's Report...

The inspector general's report by Michael Horowitz exposes many acts of severely irregular conduct on the part of the FBI.'...

 2019-12-12 18:33 

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The 'Christian Doomsayers' Are Right...

Peter Wehner is wrong; the current crop of Democratic presidential candidates really does pose an 'existential threat' to the faithful.'...

 2019-12-12 16:07 

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The Obama's Administration's FISA Abuse Is a Massive Scandal...

All of it was to keep a "low threshold" counterintelligence investigation into the opposition party's political campaign open during an election.'...

 2019-12-12 15:52 

National Review

Race Rules the Day in Mr. de Blasio's Neighborhood...

Two radical proposals from Gotham's mayor have enraged voters.'...

 2019-12-12 11:30 

National Review

U.S. Blocks Examination of Crimes against Humanity...

By blocking the U.N. from shining a light on North Korea's crimes, Trump conveys his desperation for something he can tout as a breakthrough and squanders America's moral authority.'...

 2019-12-12 11:30 

National Review

A Precarious Position: Ukraine Journal, Part III...

Zelensky is very keen not to be ensnared in the American drama, as is Ukraine itself. Every time Zelensky opens his mouth, on the subject of America, he risks offending someone.'...

 2019-12-12 11:30 

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Is America Ready for a 'Good Jobs for Men' Plan?...

Because industrial policy generally focuses on manufacturing, it's likely to provide good jobs disproportionately for men.'...

 2019-12-12 11:30 

National Review

Is Trump the Only Adult in the Room?...

The common denominator of all this petulance from Trump's enemies is exasperation over the inability to derail him.'...

 2019-12-12 11:30 

National Review

The Price Our Government Has Paid for Lying about Afghanistan...

Having spent two decades lying about Afghanistan, the normal experts are now left to rattle to cable-news cameras, and for the most part they aren't believed even when they tell truths about Washington. It may not be a just punishment, but it could be...

 2019-12-12 11:30 

National Review

You Didn't Build That...

What emerges from the complicated story of Detroit's success and the relatively simple story of its failure is not that government must master economic complexity and put it in harness but rather that government must do a lot of relatively simple thin...

 2019-12-12 11:30 

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Jillian Michaels Is Right: Political Correctness Is Worsening the Obesity Crisis...

To deny the link between obesity and health issues is to deny reality.'...

 2019-12-11 23:54 

National Review

No Impeachment, Let the American People Decide...

The charges against President Trump are weak tea, and with less than a year until the 2020 election, why not drop the impeachment and let the voters decide?'...

 2019-12-11 22:27 

National Review

The FBI's Corrupt Cops...

The FBI under the Obama administration falsified documents in order to get legal permission to spy on a Republican presidential campaign. But there was no bias?'...

 2019-12-11 21:23 

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The Articles of Impeachment Are Very Weak...

The Democrats' Articles of Impeachment are a collection of silly quibbles about legal actions by President Trump that they're pretending to be outraged by.'...

 2019-12-11 20:08 

National Review

Embracing Chaos in the Trump Era...

Far from hurting Trump's political standing, impeachment and other crises consolidate his support with voters and could help secure his reelection.'...

 2019-12-11 19:35 

National Review

Greta Thunberg Is the Perfect Hero for an Unserious Time...

"Greta Thunberg" (the idea, not the girl) is the concoction of activists who have increasingly taken to using children as a shield from critical analysis or debate.'...

 2019-12-11 11:30 

National Review

Don't Shut Jails; They Exist for a Reason...

New York City mayor De Blasio seems to be taking cues from a group that advances an idea of justice that privileges the interests of the incarcerated at the expense of the rest of society.'...

 2019-12-11 11:30 

National Review

The Gonzo New York Movie Experience...

Adam Sandler plays a lying degenerate gambler in a film which in its sordid candor turns out to be one of the grabbiest films of the year.'...

 2019-12-11 11:30 

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A Peruvian Economist Challenges the Socialist Consensus on Inequality...

Hernando de Soto Polar has cast doubts on the economic conclusions and radical solutions pushed by Thomas Piketty and other progressive wonks alarmed by income inequality.'...

 2019-12-11 11:30 

National Review

A Turbulent Existence: Ukraine Journal, Part II...

Since independence in 1991, Ukraine has experienced two revolutions, a war, and more.'...

 2019-12-11 11:30 

National Review

A Film for All Christians...

What does it mean to live completely in the word of Christ? Few films have considered the matter more resolutely, in a setting so dire, with evil so deeply entrenched.'...

 2019-12-11 11:30 

National Review

Trump Defenders Continue to Push Ukraine Conspiracy Theories...

They take a handful of anecdotes about individual Ukrainians and insist this thin gruel amounts to something as sinister as the Russian effort.'...

 2019-12-11 11:30 

National Review

The USMCA Should Be the First Step to Broader Trade Liberalization...

The USMCA, the renegotiated NAFTA, includes a couple of key improvements, but there's still much work to be done.'...

 2019-12-11 11:30 

National Review

An Affair for the Ages...

The professionalism that NRI brings to this effort to complement National Review, and advance the common National Review mission, requires the steady and capacious generosity of the broader NR Nation.'...

 2019-12-11 00:58 

National Review

Student Claims Teacher 'Grabbed' Her to Pull Off Her Pro-Trump Pin...

A Michigan high-school student is claiming that her teacher "grabbed" her in order to forcibly remove a "Women for Trump" pin that she was wearing -- and now the police are reportedly investigating.'...

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