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Krauthammer's Take: Hillary's Free Trade Meltdown May Pull Warren into Race

Hillary Clinton was for the Trans-Pacific Partnership, but now she’s not so sure. And, says Charles Krauthammer, her waffling may be enough to draw Elizabeth Warren into the race. “When you have a 50-point lead and you can’t take a position on an issue that is so obvious... Show More Summary

We Built a Massive Replica of Iran's Nuclear Facilities in Tennessee to Get an Edge in Negotiations

A fascinating story from the Times — we even used some of Qaddafi’s old centrifuges. Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem to have helped much, does it?

Carly Fiorina Joins Speaker Lineup at National Review Institute's 2015 Ideas Summit

The one-time California senate hopeful – who has been wowing audiences of late as she discusses America’s future (that’s the jacket of her new book, which is out in a couple of weeks) – will be on hand at the NRI Summit next week. That’s...Show More Summary

Twelve Things that Caught My Eye Today (April 22, 2015)

1. Former #Auschwitz Guard Oskar Groening Describes Camp in Chilling Detail http://t.co/K5dleaLKw7 | @AP @davidrising — Auschwitz Memorial (@AuschwitzMuseum) April 22, 2015 2. Kenyan Bishop on the Holy Thursday Massacre: ‘We Could Hear...Show More Summary

The Deep State Won't Even Surrender Its Raisins Willingly

Until you dip your toes into constitutional and administrative law, it’s difficult to comprehend how difficult, how complex, and how exhausting it can be to extract compensation from government entities. Earlier this week, I wrote about...Show More Summary

Israeli Interests and U.S. Interests

William Saletan looks over the evidence on what Americans, and Republicans, think about them. He looks especially closely at a poll that asks respondents what concerns them about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and gives them six options. Show More Summary

Has Barack Obama Given Up Debating?

This, via Politico, is taken from President Obama’s interview with Chris Matthews yesterday evening: Obama bristled at the suggestion that his trade agenda would hurt the middle class, a criticism he has faced from key union allies as well as Warren. “Think about it. Show More Summary

Global Warming and Intellectual Dishonesty

The BBC reports : “Scientists are calling on world leaders to sign up to an eight-point plan of action at landmark talks in Paris.” Among those eight points we find: Equity of approach — with richer countries helping poorer ones Providing...Show More Summary

Salon on Scott Walker Is Everything You'd Expect

I have a piece on the homepage this afternoon about Scott Walker’s controversial (read: “controversial”) immigration remarks. But since I focused on the backlash from the right, I was not able to note this gem of leftwing analysis —Show More Summary

Happy Lenin's Birthday!

April 22 is Lenin’s Birthday. It also happens to be Earth Day. This is probably not a coincidence, as my colleague R. J. Smith notes at Openmarket. R. J. is one if the longest standing proponents of free-market environmentalism and private conservation, so was there at the time. Show More Summary

Hillary Clinton Hasn't Actually Said Anything about Trade (Or Any Other Policy Debate)

When people are trying to figure out how far to the left Hillary Clinton will run her campaign, the huge trade deal the Obama administration is negotiating with some Asian countries, the Trans-Pacific Partnership, has been a timely,Show More Summary

Americans Neither Trust Nor Like the Federal Government

Per the Washington Post: Buried in a massive Pew study on the public’s feelings about data and open government is this amazing nugget: Just 23 percent trust the federal government to do the right thing “at least most of the time.” Twenty three percent! That’s unpopularity-of-Congress territory. Show More Summary

Ira Einhorn and Stansfield Turner

Thanks to Debby Witt for the reminder that loathsome Earth Day co-founder, and longtime fugitive, Ira Einhorn composted his ex-girlfriend. As it happens, in the fall of 1978—just one year after his murder of Holly Maddux and some months...Show More Summary

Does This Mean That Iran Will Be Limited To Just a Couple of Nuclear Weapons? Or That Iran Will Only Be Allowed To Use Its Nuclear Weapons In Agreed-Upon Circumstances?

An odd turn of phrase in this David Ignatius column (which I assume he doesn’t mean the way it sounds): Obama’s approach is part of a big strategic idea for the Middle East that could be described as “dual engagement.” On the one hand,...Show More Summary

‘Like a Seminar in True and Important Things’

Daniel Hannan is one of the most extraordinary men in politics. Or journalism, or political writing. He is a British member of the European Parliament — a Conservative — and a contributor to various publications. He is also an NR cruise guest (continuing the ancient tradition of Britons at sea). And he is my guest on the latest Q&A podcast. Show More Summary

‘Wisconsin’s Shame’ . . .

... which is really America’s shame. I just want to add one note. A while ago, a couple of people involved in the Wisconsin case, on the conservative side — or the freedom side, or the rule-of-law side — came to visit us at National Review. Show More Summary

Help Wanted: National Review Website Production Assistant

National Review is seeking a production assistant for its website, www.nationalreview.com. The ideal candidate will have experience publishing to the web through a content management system (CMS) and possess solid image-editing skills. Show More Summary

Wisconsin's Shame: No, the Left is Not Going to Stop Trying to Criminalize Free Speech

I’ve been overwhelmed by the response to my article about Wisconsin prosecutors’ efforts to criminalize conservative activism, complete with terrifying dawn and pre-dawn raids. Without the courage of the raids’ targets who were willing to speak with me–on and off the record–there would have been no story. Show More Summary

Reporting on Walker on Immigration

Walker and his spokespeople have not been crystal clear on this subject, so confused reporting is not entirely reporters’ fault. Nevertheless, there are a few things journalists should keep in mind on this topic: 1) Walker has not actually...Show More Summary

The Subtlety Of MSNBC

Check out this picture of Scott Walker. Why didn’t they just photoshop him into a Munich beer hall?

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