The National Association of Manufacturers has been providing a lot of #TruthontheTrail this election season. It’s time for some more truth to weigh new government information. The U.S. International Trade...
National Review: New Documents Suggest IRS’s Lerner Likely Broke the Law, by Eliana Johnson: Recently obtained documents raise new questions about Lois Lerner’s role in sending confidential tax returns to the Justice Department. It is likely the largest unauthorized disclosure of tax-return information in history: the transfer of some 1.25...
I'm sure that, by now, you have seen or heard about the latest crazy taste sensation that is sweeping the nation: Burger King's Mac 'n' Cheetos. I have been excited for these orange nuggets of glory for some time now, and on June 27th, 2016, I finally got to mash 'em up in my chops.I was about... Continue reading
http://www.heritage.org/events/2016/06/dangerous-to-believeToday at noon EST, the National Review Institute co-hosts an event discussing religious liberty, surrounding Mary Eberstadt’s new book, It’s Dangerous to Believe. Thanks to working...Show More Summary
Proposal would put other agencies on 90-day clock to complete review of possible national security issues. In an effort to facilitate foreign investment in U.S. common carrier and broadcast licensees, the FCC has proposed changes in the way it processes proposals involving reportable levels of foreign ownership. Historically, a major source of delay in the … Continue Reading
Did you know the National Review Institute is the happy home to the following fellows: Victor Davis Hanson, Reihan Salam, Andrew McCarthy, Kathryn Jean Lopez, John O’Sullivan, Kevin Williamson, Jay Nordlinger, and Jonah Goldberg? It is! It is also home to the William F. Show More Summary
David Jones' In Parenthesis is a truly great work (a rare "A" rated one at the complete review ) but doesn't seem to get the attention it deserves; a new opera-version from the Welsh National Opera might help change that. (Of course, considering the it premiered over a month ago and this is the first I'm hearing of it... Show More Summary
TOP STORIES WORLD STUNNED AS U.K. VOTES TO LEAVE THE EU U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron has resigned after Britain voted to leave the European Union. Europe is in turmoil as leaders of member nations called for a review of their European Union membership. Show More Summary
English National Opera - Jenufa - photo Robert Workman Janacek Jenufa; Laura Wilde, Michaela Martens, Nicky Spence, Peter Hoare, dir: David Alden, cond: Mark Wigglesworth; English National Opera at the London Coliseum Reviewed by Robert...Show More Summary
My friend William Craig Rice has died. You may not have heard of Bill–he was one of those conservatives who worked for good causes without seeking the limelight. He wrote poetry for National Review and other publications, championed the great books, and, most recently, toiled away at the National Endowment for the Humanities. Show More Summary
Harvard Business Review sums up the research of quite a few recent studies. Seems the hope that each generation gets a little less awful is sadly not correct. Via HBR: In February 2016 researchers at the National Institutes of Health published a study on how college biology students view their classmates’ intelligence and achievements. Show More Summary
Rich Lowry, editor of National Review, has been downright pious in his condemnation of Donald Trump. He has likened Trump to George Wallace, “a hideous racist…
Welcome Michael Fisher to the iMore and Mobile Nations family! Technology, the final frontier. These are the video reviews of MrMobile. His ongoing mission: to explore strange new products; to seek out new devices and new services; to...Show More Summary
KEEP RAISING THIS ISSUE: RNC demands Clinton aides’ emails be released before election. The Republican National Committee (RNC) is slamming the State Department’s “tortoise-like review” of emails to or from three senior Hillary Clinton aides, demanding they be released before the general election in November. Two weeks after the Obama administration claimed it would take […]
A Russian national suspected by US authorities of having fought for an al-Qaeda affiliate has asked to be released from the Guantanamo Bay prison in Cuba, according to an official filing.
It is not a stretch to call The Birth of a Nation one of the most eagerly anticipated films of 2016—since premiering at Sundance to rave reviews earlier this year, it has become, for better or for worse, the ostensible “corrective” to the #OscarsSoWhite narrative that’s hung over the Academy Awards as of late. Show More Summary
A broad-brush review of Canada’s environmental regulatory policies has been initiated in an attempt to restore protections for fisheries, navigation and to upgrade the nation’s energy board, ministers and lawmakers in Parliament announced in a release.
1. Charles W. Cooke is the new editor of National Review On-Line. 2. Photos of Venezuela, some story too. 3. Two Arabs, a Berber, and a Jew: I just ordered my copy. 4. Erik Dahmen was a significant 1930s Swedish economist (pdf). 5. Does filling in some actual numbers resolve the Fermi paradox? 6. The […] The post Sunday assorted links appeared first on Marginal REVOLUTION.
Following up on my previous posts on Jeff Harrison's estimate that the annual cost of each of the 8,000 law review articles produced by the nation's law professors is $240 million—$30,000 per article: Citations, Justifications, and the Troubled State of Legal Scholarship: An Empirical Study, 3 Tex. A&M L. Rev....
The following article first appeared in The National Book Review: A. Scott Berg's Max Perkins: Editor of Genius has become a classic since its publication in 1978, shining a light on an overlooked but critically important literary figure -- and on a golden age of editing. Show More Summary