The National Law Review In Noel Canning v. NLRB, the United States Supreme Court concluded that President Barack Obama’s three recess appointments to the National Labor Relations Board in January 2012 (Sharon Block, Richard Griffin, and Terence Flynn) were invalid. Show More Summary
Here’s a blog post I wrote for two general-interest blogs, in which I review a fabulous new way to see the sights around the National Mall and illustrate with images of the gardens and landscape memorials along the way. It’s a garden tour with tips from a local gardenblogger’s perspective. As digital content, a story […]
National Review has a new video up today that asks if Americans really know Hillary Clinton. If the voters really know what they are getting. After all, whenever the mainstream media talks about her, in reverent tones, they can't stop telling voters how great she is, even as they lead into the stories of scandal, fraud, lies, and deceit. Show More Summary
There was so much relationships. There was, like, the theme of power throughout the whole thing. This is what many Jurassic World reviews apparently missed, as critics around the nation mostly enjoyed the latest installment of this dinosaur-based...Show More Summary
Rachel Maddow reviews the latest developments in the crowded Republican 2016 primary field, including Donald Trump polling in second place nationally but...
THE OPM HACK AND OBAMA’S POLITICIZATION OF THE FEDERAL BUREAUCRACY: Jim Geraghty writes at National Review Online that “it’s clear that hackers — believed to be tied to the Chinese government – stole files from the Office of Personnel Management that amount to a giant ‘how to blackmail anyone in the federal government’ manual. This […]
According to an investigation by the conservative National Review Online, businessman and 2016 GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump has not voted in the last six presidential elections. Trump, who announced his campaign to run for the top spot on the GOP ticket in the 2016 election a week ago...
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In a world where humans are the minority, and our own technology has united against us in the mission to rid the earth of organic life for good, it seems that only defeat lies ahead for these once powerful nations. It’s just a few years after Skynet, a highly intelligent computer program integrated into every […]
(Scott Johnson) National Review has posted a symposium contemplating what the Supreme Court has wrought in its gay marriage decision of this past Friday. The decision represents itself as the culmination of a long line of cases and related social developments. Show More Summary
When teaching about postwar America, I always tell my students that just about anything that happened in this nation during the Cold War has its roots in Cold War politics or fed back into Cold War issues. Jacob Hamblin’s 2013 book Arming Mother Nature demonstrates how this is true for what he calls “catastrophic environmentalism,” […]
Last year, we discussed the libel lawsuit acclaimed climate scientist Michael Mann filed against National Review and its “star” columnist Mark Steyn after Steyn baselessly accused Mann of fraud and...
Flailing about for some sort of cogent conservative reaction to the Supreme Court decisions this week, National Review apparently allowed Ted Cruz to scribble out some meandering prose on its...
Apple Music changes its tune, Live Nation, Universal Music, WME invest in doppler labs, TIDAL adds Tunecore and more this week in the music industry. DON'T SIGN YOUR CONTRACT YET! Apple Music NOT Likely To Pay Full Royalties During Free Trials TIDAL Adds Tunecore, DistroKid Distribution As CEO Resigns, 25...
After calling the last day "some of the darkest 24 hours in our nation's history," Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) is now calling for Supreme Court justices to face elections. In a National Review op-ed published Friday, Cruz chastised the high...Show More Summary
Smart, happy, peppy, bursting with conservative enthusiasm, and NR love? Well the National Review Institute is seeking a Regional Development Officer. Maybe even a couple (based... somewhere between the coasts). NRI is also seeking an Events Coordinator and a Foundation Relations Officer. Get the job of your dreams, at the House that Buckley Built.
National Review has been full of great commentary on King v. Burwell, and I’m sure coming days will see more. Already, frustration and disappointment is focusing on how the Court could have so patently ignored the wording of the law, as Justice Scalia argued, in order to find ways to uphold it. Show More Summary
This week Henry Louis Gates Jr. once again found himself in the middle of another national teachable moment about race.
From Quin Hillyer at National Review: With today’s Obamacare decision, John Roberts confirms that he has completely jettisoned all pretense of textualism. He is a results-oriented judge, period, ruling on big cases based on what he thinks the policy result should be or what the political stakes are for the court itself. Show More Summary
On the June 24 edition of Hannity, National Review’s Mark Steyn was invited to the program to discuss the notion in much of the media that the Confederate flag is a Republican problem. Steyn slammed the history of the Democratic Party as one filled with hate: “The Democratic Party was the largest and most powerful institution supporting slavery in the English speaking world.”