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On the latest Need to Know, Mona Charen and I welcome a guest, Peter Wallison — a guru on the 2008 crash and much else. I have read him for years, in one authoritative piece after another. He speaks in an interview with no less authority. Show More Summary
1. North Korea Should Be Held Accountable for Persecuting Christians 2. Judith Chepkemoi, 19, died in Garissa. “Loved children & helping the less privileged. She was a dedicated Christian.” pic.twitter.com/rzaZHTShfB — Edith Honan (@edithhonan)...Show More Summary
Iran’s nuclear-weapons program is perhaps the gravest long-term danger facing the United States and the world today, and will remain so even under the deal Obama wants. But another emerging danger might actually be more pressing. Iran is moving with astonishing speed to cement its grip over large swathes of the Arab Middle East. Show More Summary
This week, Vox published an interesting reported analysis of a poll they commissioned on abortion that professes to be more surprising than it is: Most Americans, they find, don’t support an absolute right to abortion or want it to be illegal in all circumstances. Show More Summary
Lauren Hill has died. Some readers will ask, “Who?” She was a young woman struck down in her prime with brain cancer, just like Brittany Maynard. Most readers will recognize Maynard’s name immediately. She became an international media...Show More Summary
Just a few of the sights to be seen in the Exhibit Hall of the National Rifle Association’s Annual Meeting in Nashville, Tennessee this morning… “If they can ban one, they can ban them all.” pic.twitter.com/9KuSAEMj5v — jimgeraghty (@jimgeraghty) April 10, 2015 Secret Compartment Furniture. Show More Summary
Through tomorrow, Hillsdale College is making Winston Churchill’s eight-volume official biography free on Kindle.
This week’s Bookmonger podcast is with W.P. Kinsella, author of The Essential W.P. Kinsella, which includes the short story that became the novel that became the film Field of Dreams. We talk about how a short story becomes a film, what he thinks of the movie, and which MLB team he likes the best. Subscribe to the podcast for free on iTunes!
The NRA Convention starts today, in Nashville, Tennessee. And so, rather predictably, the New York Times has started its day by lying about it. Per the Times’s editorial board: Seventy-thousand people are expected to attend the National...Show More Summary
c. 1869, portraits from a British “lunatic asylum”. And here’s a list of reasons for admission to an such an asylum dated 1864 – 1889. The Science of Smelling Old. How were raisins made before seedless grapes? This video of a chameleon...Show More Summary
Charles Krauthammer said the Obama administration clearly never had an agreement with Iran on key issues of the negotiations, despite touting its deal with Iran. “What happened was the administration then announces that they have a deal...Show More Summary
Scott Walker has taken some hits on immigration, including here at NR. But he did well on Hannity last night when he was asked about his trip to the border. He enunciated a position on immigration that is very sound, and expressed a concern about workers and wages that almost no other prominent Republican (besides Jeff Sessions) ever does. Show More Summary
Nat Brown has a piece on the home page praising the Fast and Furious franchise. Nat, I don’t think you have anything to apologize about regarding Fast and Furious ; it’s your appreciation of the execrable Birdman that I just don’t ...
Ever since the Battle of Indiana, Rod Dreher has been quoting anonymous e-mails and other conversations with conservatives in higher education. The message from each of them is roughly the same: It’s worse than you think, if our views...Show More Summary
Gothamist reports: Start-Up New York, a program into which Governor Andrew Cuomo has funneled more than $1 billion to kickstart economic development in the state, has been a huge bust. The goal of Start-Up New York was to spur job growth by excusing companies affiliated with 62 colleges and universities from paying taxes for 10 years. Show More Summary
As election day approaches, the clock is running out on David Cameron. With a month to go, the polls are looking bleak for the Conservatives, who don’t, incidentally, seem to have gained much/anything from signs of a faltering in UKIP’s support. Show More Summary
I wrote today at Politico about Rand Paul’s meanderings on foreign policy: Who would have thought back in 2010 when Rand Paul won election to the Senate as a libertarian champion that the first media blowup in a Paul presidential campaign...Show More Summary
There’s almost nothing I can disagree with in Dennis Prager’s latest jeremiad from Tuesday. I don’t know if we share a generally pessimistic disposition — certainly an occupational danger for an historian like me — but sensing decay and seeing how we fail to counter it is impossible to ignore for someone immersed in the lessons of history. Show More Summary
National Review is seeking a new writer to focus on data-driven journalism, with a special emphasis on providing context to policy debates, political stories, and other news of the day. Applicants should have excellent writing abilities,...Show More Summary
Orwell, call your office. In the name of tolerance Emmanuel College is actually refusing to permit its athletes to play a game with Gordon College athletes: “At Emmanuel College, a Catholic school in Boston, athletic director Pam Roecker...Show More Summary