Goodale says government will "consider all of the factors that are relevant'' during review of national security policy The post Goodale weighing whether CSIS metadata retention should continue appeared first on Macleans.ca.
National Review Institute, NR’s non-profit sister educational organization, is seeking a New York City-based Executive Assistant who will be responsible for assisting with NR and NRI’s office operations and working directly with NRI’s President. Show More Summary
Handing out awards for the top Sprint Cup driver, crew chief and rookie from the past year. Continuing our multi-part review of the recently completed 2016 NASCAR season, SB Nation spotlights the best driver, crew chief, and rookie of...Show More Summary
The GOP majority on the House Agriculture Committee released a two-year review of the program on Wednesday that stops short of making specific policy recommendations, but hints at areas where Republicans could focus: strengthening work...Show More Summary
The thrilling and moving 'Patriots Day' presents its true story as tragedy overcome and a kind of national validation.
Wesley Smith is an absolute foe of assisted suicide in any form, for any reason, at any time. For that reason I don't usually read his stuff over at National Review. We disagree, and that's that. But things are slow today, and I found his latest sort of interesting. Show More Summary
Or fellow. Whatever, he or she will be happy, because... applications for the National Review Institute Regional Fellows Program (for Spring 2017, in New York City and Washington, D.C.) are now available. Are you a qualified, non-policy professionals who might have an interest in delving into the Foundations of the American Republic? Then apply. Show More Summary
Welcome to the Frequent Miler Week In Review series. Every Saturday we recap what you might have missed from around the web. Enjoy! This Week Around the Web No More Money Orders with Gift Cards: Nation’s Largest Grocery Chain Cracks Down – Quite a few less options now. Show More Summary
A merican cities have never had walls, only towers — our national narrative far too immature to have witnessed the elitist grandeur of a pre-Ringstrasse Vienna or even the fortifications of medieval Paris. And so the buildings became the walls. Show More Summary
Over at National Review, David French writes: For a ‘Peaceful’ Group, Black Lives Matter Sure Does Love Cop Killers and Murderous Dictators I don’t know how I missed it, but this sickening essay from Black Lives Matter has to be read to believed. Show More Summary
Post by Jacqueline Burt Cote. As the title character in Jackie, Natalie Portman is playing the role of a lifetime as one nation's most beloved first ladies during the most tragic and critical point in her life. Early reviews are calling...Show More Summary
Babyfather 419 [Self-Released; 2016] Rating: 4.5/5 A merican cities have never had walls, only towers — our national narrative far too immature to have witnessed the elitist grandeur of a pre-Ringstrasse Vienna or even the fortifications of medieval Paris. Show More Summary
We’re seeking a new deputy managing editor to assist in the editing and production of National Review ’s daily web publication, National Review Online. Location: New York, N.Y. (But strong applicants for remote work will be considered.) Responsibilities...Show More Summary
On the state of awards season now that the BFCA, NYFCC, Gotham Awards, and National Board of Review have chimed in. Continue reading on Film School Rejects »
Natalie Portman gives one of her very best performances in this piercing historical biopic.
Earlier this week, Manchester By the Sea was crowned Best Picture of 2016 by the National Board of Review, another honor for the big sensation of this year’s Sundance Film Festival. And now, before that movie even finishes its awards collection, Sundance has announced its line-up of next year’s possible Next Big Things. It’s the […]
Awards season is upon us. The Booker Prize went to its first American recipient, Paul Beatty; The National Book Award went to the deserving Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead; the Literary Review’s Bad Sex Award ? given to theShow More Summary
John Anderson takes a look at how the backs went over the Autumn Test series and looks ahead to the next time they'll reconvene, in the Six Nations. The post Autumn Review: stepping up the pace in the backs appeared first on Scottish Rugby Blog.
Yes. HELP! Friends, you may have seen on the homepage or read in your inbox that we have commenced on our annual end-of-year Webathon. As you know, National Review has survived these 61 years in large part due to the generosity of readers and friends who believed that it is a mission more so than a mere magazine and website. Show More Summary
For close to 40 years, the Holden Commodore has forged itself a place in our national identity as being the quintessential family sedan. But later generations have garnered praise, not solely for their nuclear family hauling abilities, but for their more athletic prowess. The Commodore it seems, has become somewhat of a sports sedan. And […]