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The Crisis of Conservative Convictions

Nine months ago, when the Obama administration first issued guidance for public schools to accommodate–and end discrimination against–transgender students, National Review staff writer David French argued that then-President Barack Obama...Show More Summary

REWIND: The New Music Industry’s Week In Review

In this re-visitation of a full week of music industry news, we look back on Live Nations impressive growth streak, Virginia's legalization of ticket scalping, the most popular tracks on Spotify, and much more! "YouTube Can Do Better" - Black Keys, Rush, Cee Lo, Others Call For DMCA Reform [WATCH]...

Climate Change Is More Than Warming

Modeling sustainability: population, inequality, consumption, and bidirectional coupling of the Earth and Human Systems Motesharrei, et. al., December 2016 (National Science Review) “Over the last two centuries, the impact of the Human System has grown dramatically, becoming strongly dominant within the Earth System in many different ways. Show More Summary

Evidence review supports pediatric use of PDE-5 inhibitors for pulmonary hypertension

(Children's National Health System) A systematic review of the comparative effectiveness and safety of phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitors in pediatric patients with pulmonary hypertension published Feb. 24, 2017 in Pediatrics demonstrates that scientific evidence supports the use of this class of medications in infants, neonates and children with pulmonary hypertension.

Pure Moving Review: Is It the Best Moving Company in Los Angeles?

Los Angeles is a huge city, and in it there are dozens of different moving companies; from small local outfits to gigantic national brands. When it’s your time to move and you have to choose one company over all the … Continue readi...

Things We Saw Today: Patrick Stewart Reads Some Excellent 1-Star Reviews About National Monuments

3 days agoHumor / odd : Geekosystem

If the internet has loudly declared anything at all, it's that we all love it when celebrities read ridiculous things for mass consumption.

Review: Rent at the Paramount Has Good Singers, But the Show Has Aged Poorly

3 days agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

by Christopher Frizzelle Skyler Volpe, in her first national tour, does a good job singing the part of Mimi. Carol Rosegg I have a friend who's a millennial and who likes the movie version of Rent. I give him endless crap for it, soShow More Summary

Bosnia appeals UN ruling clearing Serbia of genocide

Bosnia on Thursday asked the United Nations' top court to review its 2007 ruling that cleared Serbia of genocide during the 1990s civil war. "At this moment the delivery (of the appeal) is on the way" to the Hague-based International...Show More Summary

Dunford: Counter-IS plan will have global scope

The nation's top military officer says a Pentagon-led review of strategy for defeating the Islamic State group will present President Donald Trump with options not just to speed up the … Click to Continue »

Join Me at National Review Institute’s Ideas Summit

We live in a world of bubbles, where different American cultures not only don’t interact with each other, they barely understand how the “other half” lives. At the National Review Institute, we break those bubbles — bringing together the best conservative minds from worlds red and blue, urban and rural. Join me in D.C. Show More Summary

Two Opportunities Monday in D.C. to Shine a Light on Life

Ryan Anderson and I are teaming up thanks to the Heritage Foundation, the Catholic Information Center, and the National Review Institute, at two times on Monday, Feb. 27 th to talk about alternatives to physician-prescribed suicide. One...Show More Summary

New EU environmental standards for large poultry and pig farms

New standards on resources and emissions will help national authorities across the EU to lower the environmental impact of around 20 000 large poultry and pig farms. The new specifications stem from the review of the Best Available Techniques...Show More Summary

Thank You

This is a note to say thank you. In January, National Review Online had its biggest month in its 18-year history. We broke our previous traffic records in both October and November, too. We greatly appreciate you all sticking with us. Show More Summary

Rescuing Government Data From Trump Has Become a National Movement

5 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

BOSTON—Days after the inauguration, many folks panicked on seeing immediate changes to government websites. Others worried that scientists would be forced to have their work reviewed by the government first. One of the biggest worries: What would happen to the potentially petabytes of data (spreadsheets enough to fill… Read more...

The Rise of the Fake Tough Guy Right

David French, National Review: It's not worth spending much time talking about Donald Trump's press conference yesterday. He was the same guy we've watched since he came down that escalator on June 16, 2015. Heck, he was the same guy...Show More Summary

Chelsea Clinton Got Self-Righteous On Twitter and National Review’s Kevin Williamson Ended It.

Chelsea Clinton received a reality check when she tried to get cute on Twitter in response to a tweet about a story from The El Paso Times. The story was about a woman who was detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) during...Show More Summary

Following Up On The Foreign Emoluments Clause and Gerrymandering

I hope you all subscribe to National Review; alongside a ton of great content by other writers, in the past two issues, I’ve covered why it’s a myth that the Republican majority in the House of Representatives is mostly the work of partisan...Show More Summary

Trump Sidelines the Grownups

President Trump “this week abruptly dropped the nation’s commitment to a two-state solution for Middle East peace — without reviewing the specifics of his new strategy with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson,” Politico reports. “For a president who declared on [...]

What You’re Doing March 16

Let me give you but one highlight: You’ll be in Washington, D.C., attending the National Review Institute “2017 Ideas Summit,” and after an afternoon of panels featuring and presentation by wise conservatives — so far those who will be on hand include Rick Brookhiser, Ed Conard, Charles C.W. Show More Summary

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