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Stalin's Own

In National Review, Jay Nordlinger notes a "damn good question" about nostalgia for Stalin.

Hillary Lost Because Trump Outworked Her

Guest post by Joe Hoft Deroy Murdock, a contributing editor at the National Review, contacted Joe Hoft from the Gateway Pundit... The post Hillary Lost Because Trump Outworked Her appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

African press review 20 January 2017

Another call for the sacking of Pravin Gordhan, South Africa's finance minister, for his alleged failure to transform the ailing national carrier, South African Airways. Zimbabwe is facing a serious shortfall in tax income. East African economies are likely to come under severe pressure this year. And the strike by hospital doctors in Kenya continues.

Tesla's Triple Gift From NHTSA: No Blame In Crash, No Recall, Great Safety Results

Elon Musk must be feeling pretty pleased right about now. A long-awaited National Highway Traffic Safety Administration review of a fatal accident that occurred in May 2016 has concluded the driver’s Tesla Model S, which was in self-driving “Autopilot” mode at the time of the crash, was not defective. Show More Summary

The Pitchfork Review Nominated for 2017 National Magazine Award

Pitchfork is honored to announce that The Pitchfork Review, our music and culture print publication, has been nominated for a 2017 National Magazine Award. It’s been selected as a finalist in the Design category, which recognizes “overall...Show More Summary

Mann v. National Review

Ilya Shapiro, Trevor Burrus, Thomas Berry Michael Mann is a climate scientist and researcher whose work has been at the center of the global warming debate for decades. After emails came to light concerning Mann’s statistical methods,...Show More Summary

Mann v. National Review — Our Formal Legal Response to the Latest Ruling

On December 22, a three-judge panel of the District of Columbia Court of Appeals issued a verdict in Penn State professor Michael Mann’s defamation case against NR, Mark Steyn, the Competitive Enterprise Institute, and Rand Simberg.Show More Summary

National Review Job Opening: Associate Editor

We’re seeking a new associate editor to assist in the editing and production of National Review ’s print magazine and its daily Web publication, National Review Online. Location: New York, N.Y. (but strong applicants for remote workShow More Summary

A Pair of Good Reviews

Thanks to Jim Geraghty of National Review and Carlos Lozada in the Washington Post for a pair of thorough and very fair reviews of The Fourth Way.

U.S. Regulators End Review Of Tesla Autopilot Driving System Finding No Defect

A Model S instrument panel illustrates the road ahead using Tesla's Autopilot system,prior to the 8.0 software update.(Christopher Goodney/Bloomberg) The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration ended a six-month review of Tesla's Autopilot system spurred by a fatal Florida crashand other incidents involving the semi-autonomous driving feature, finding no specific flaw in [...]

Why calling a climate scientist a fraud crosses a line on defamation

To the editor: National Review editor Rich Lowry does a grave disservice by misleading readers about our libel suit against his organization. Never mind that he fails to disclose that my research with other scientists that yielded the “hockey stick” curve (see “The Hockey Stick and the Climate...

Reviewer Pans Patriots Day for Catering to ‘Jingoism’

In a review of Patriots Day on The Verge titled, “The Bizarro Big Business of Mark Wahlberg and National Tragedy,” Kaitlyn Tiffany struggles with the pressing question of why Americans like movies in which terrorists are portrayed as the bad guys. Show More Summary

Not the First Time: John Lewis, Democratic Congressman, Did Skip George W. Bush’s Inauguration

From National Review: But this isn’t the first time Lewis has boycotted a presidential inauguration. According to a Washington Post article written on January 21, 2001, Lewis and other members of the Black Caucus boycotted George W. Bush’s inauguration because they didn’t “believe Bush is the true elected president.” Lewis spent the day in his […]

The IRS Scandal, Day 1350:Even Trump Adviser Buys Myth Of 'Scandal-Free Administration,' Despite IRS, Five Other Scandals

Wall Street Journal: Obama’s ‘Scandal-Free Administration’ Is a Myth, by John Fund (National Review) & Hans Von Spakovsky (Heritage Foundation): You often hear that the Obama administration, whatever its other failings, has been “scandal-free.” Valerie Jarrett, the president’s closest adviser, has said he “prides himself on the fact that his...

Delisting of Yellowstone Grizzlies Delayed Pending Review of 650,000 Public Comments

Field Notes The decision to lift endangered species protections for over 700 grizzly bears near Yellowstone National Park is being delayed after the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service…

Run The Jewels Up The Ante With ‘Run The Jewels 3? (ALBUM REVIEW

In 2014 the duo of Killer Mike and El-P put out RTJ2, the second album of their Run the Jewels partnership and quickly jumped to success and national critical acclaim. Now on their third release the duo up the ante for their protestShow More Summary

Talkin’ Abortion

One of the whizzes around here is Alexandra DeSanctis, a William F. Buckley Jr. fellow of the National Review Institute. She is known as “Xan,” pronounced “Zan” (coming from somewhere in the middle of “Alexandra”). That spelling looks Chinese, I realize. Show More Summary

TODAY’S STUDY: The State OF The U.S. Energy Transition, Part 2

Transforming the Nation’s Electricity System: The Second Installment of the Quadrennial Energy Review January 2017 (U.S. Department of Energy) Summary for Policymakers: The Electricity Sector: Maximizing Economic Value and Consumer Equity This chapter discusses the role of the electricity sector in creating economic value. Show More Summary

Notre Dame, Colorado among biggest surprises of 2016

Now that Clemson has celebrated winning the national title, it’s a good time to review my 2016 Orlando Sentinel college football top 128 preseason rankings. I’ll more than willing to admit when I make a mistake and readers don’t hesitate to remind me of them. I’m also not afraid to toot my own...

Scientists Release Definitive Study: Marijuana Is a Medicine

Click here for reuse options! Can we finally put to rest the canard that marijuana has no medical value? And will someone tell Congress and the DEA? On Thursday the National Academy of Sciences released a comprehensive review of research on marijuana and concluded that marijuana does indeed have medical value. Show More Summary

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