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National Review

I was one of 22 participants in National Review's instantly famous and controversial symposium in opposition to Donald Trump's ascension. As soon as NR put the symposium...
shoot somebody

It takes some time, but eventually even political pundits can understand the way the public mood has shifted. That’s why there was no flurry of...
Stop Trump

The decision of the editor’s of National Review to dedicate a cover editorial and symposium to the cause of defeating Donald Trump was an important...

Over the weekend, my friend Rich Lowry, the editor of National Review, was forced into a parting of the ways with his magazine's and website's...

Some conservative pundits are still mad at the editors of National Review for an editorial in which the venerable magazine urged Republicans not to back...

On Saturday, P5+1 officials will meet with Iranian leaders to push them to ensure that their nuclear program is peaceful. But it looks like Iran...

I’m going to guess that, for President Obama, getting praised by Dick Cheney is a whole lot worse than being criticized by him. During an...

House Republicans announced a vote to repeal health-care reform on Jan. 12, naming their bill the “Repealing the Job-Killing Health Care Law Act.” But even...

My friend COMMENTARY contributor David Frum (who has a piece in our upcoming January issue) is a writer both tough and fearless in his judgments....

Sarah Palin in National Review: The meaning of the 2010 election was rebuke, reject, and repeal. We rebuked Washington’s power grab, rejected this unwanted “fundamental...

In 1955, William F. Buckley Jr. inaugurated National Review—the magazine that may come to be known in the 21st Century as motive force in the...

It's important to note the role played in the rise of Marco Rubio, the great political story of this election cycle, by conservative publications both...