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No, Trump-Administration Policies Won’t Increase the Abortion Rate

Last month, two analysts from the think tank Third Way published an opinion piece in U.S. News and World Report claiming that new Trump-administration policies would cause a surge in the abortion rate and crediting Obama-administration policies for reducing the incidence of abortion. Show More Summary

Hickory Houses

Kayla Moore, Roy Moore’s wife, shared a post on Facebook last night that declared, “The Roy Moore story is fake!” The reason? Beverly Young Nelson says she used to work at a restaurant called Olde Hickory House on East Meighan Boulevard in Gadsden, Ala., where she says Moore, a regular customer, sexually assaulted her in the parking lot in 1977. Show More Summary

Sessions Hearing: A Theater Production of Constitutional Illiteracy

It is very frustrating watching Attorney General Sessions testify before the House Judiciary Committee. There was just 5 minutes of complete constitutional illiteracy from Congressman Ted Deutch (D., Fla.). He does not seem to understand...Show More Summary

The Moore Case

From my most recent NRO article, about the Roy Moore allegations: “I don’t like Roy Moore as a candidate, but I don’t like premeditated political character assassinations either, and in a parallel of the fact that impositions on underage...Show More Summary

Trump Arranges Release of UCLA Basketball Players from China

Three members of the University of California, Los Angeles, basketball team are en route to the United States following a week-long detainment in China. The players, LiAngelo Ball, Cody Riley, and Jalen Hill, all freshmen, were questioned...Show More Summary

‘Roy Moore Loses the “He Said / She Said”’

I wrote about the Roy Moore controversy today: Roy Moore’s reputation depends on denying that he dated teenage girls as a grown man, and yet he can’t quite bring himself to do it. The Alabama Republican’s campaign for the Senate has been rocked by allegations of sexual improprieties with underage girls. Show More Summary

Improving Tax Reform

Brian Riedl of the Manhattan Institute mixes and matches from the House and Senate bills and makes a few tweaks. The result is a plan that is better than either the House or the Senate bill but within the realm of the politically possible. Riedl’s proposal...Show More Summary

Find It in Your Heart to Help

NR’s Fall Webathon heads for the home stretch. We’ve quite (quite!) a ways to go to reach our $200,000 goal. We need you – yes, you – to help. Today, on the home page, Rich Lowry explains why (and if you’re already convinced to give,...Show More Summary

The Pattern of Violent Attacks on Republican Lawmakers

From the Tuesday edition of the Morning Jolt… Welcome Back, Senator Rand Paul! Finally, some good news: Kentucky Senator Rand Paul is on the mend and back at work. Struggling to breathe and talk, the result of six ribs being broken in...Show More Summary

Another (Sad) Salute

Last summer, National Review published the following little editorial: Announcements on London’s Tube have always referred to riders as “ladies and gentlemen.” No more: The phrase is being scrapped because authorities believe that it makes some people feel excluded. Show More Summary

Tuesday links

Most Popular Thanksgiving Foods in All 50 States, Mapped. Can you make a 10-year malt whisky in weeks? The chemistry says yes. Self-Help Lessons from Napoleon Bonaparte. Some of the best newspaper corrections ever, including an excellent...Show More Summary

MI, KS Push Back Against "Futile Care" Laws

The push back against “futile care” laws has commenced! Futile care polices allow hospital death panels–I’m particularly talking to you, Texas–that permit wanted life-sustaining treatment to be stopped on the orders of a bioethics committee. Kansas recently passed a bill requiring consent and permission for such actions to be taken. Show More Summary

Woman Says Roy Moore Sexually Assaulted Her When She Was 16

At a press conference this afternoon, a woman named Beverly Young Nelson said that Roy Moore tried to rape her in 1975, when she was 16 years old. Nelson gave the press conference alongside attorney Gloria Allred. Nelson’s account is graphic. Show More Summary

A Shift (as Detected by One Man’s Nose)

In the mail comes a new book by Patrick M. Garry, a law professor at the University of South Dakota. It is a little paperback titled “The False Promise of Big Government: How Washington Helps the Rich and Hurts the Poor.” It boasts a...Show More Summary

University Boards Can Be Captured; UNC's Won't Try to Get Free

It’s difficult for a college or university board of trustees or governors to do its job without reliable information. The sad fact is that the administrators resist any oversight and try to make sure that the board rubber stamps whatever...Show More Summary

If Roy Moore Were A Fictional Character

As I write another accuser has come forward with a story of Moore invoking the name of his office in the course of forcing himself on her. And as I write, dozens of Christian ministers are signing new letters of support for Judge Moore.  I’ve referred to Roy Moore’s new sexual misconduct scandals as a predictable plot twist. Show More Summary

Whose Protection?

In one of those routine reminders that our cultural commitment to free markets is sometimes more rhetoric than reality, the Commerce Department has decided to impose tariffs of 97 percent to 162 percent on Chinese made aluminum foil....Show More Summary

Roy Moore Won't Drop and There’s No Way to Make Him

Absent some catastrophically undeniable new allegation, Roy Moore isn’t going anywhere. There’s no way to force him off the ballot at this point. In fact, even if he dropped out, his name would still appear on the ballot because we’re within the 76-day window when it’s too late to change a candidate according to state law. Show More Summary

American Kids Don't Care about Low-Stakes Tests

It’s a common complaint that American students do poorly on international tests. Many present this as evidence that our educational system is a failure. Or it may be that American students just don’t care about low-stakes international tests. In a study out today, some researchers gave high-school students in the U.S. Show More Summary

Taking a Stand

Soon in the mag, we’ll have a piece on Sweden and defense. This is a big issue now. Sweden is a Baltic state, in a sense: a Baltic Sea state. Vladimir Putin’s Russia has concentrated the mind of everyone in the region. Will Sweden join...Show More Summary

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