South Africa's Reserve Bank is not expected to change interest rates. The African Union and the United Nations go looking for a solution to the South Sudan crisis. Twenty Kenyan politicians are named and shamed by a group calling for the exclusion of corrupt individuals from public office. Steady on!
The following is the official public comment I left on the Department of the Interior’s Review of National Monuments. It is presented here as an Editorial. All images included in this post are from Monuments that are under review by the Department of the Interior. Show More Summary
Comedian Stephen Colbert’s profanity-tinged tirade against President Donald Trump, aired nationally on CBS, doesn’t merit any action by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission, the... To view the full story, click the title link.
The Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument is celebrating its third birthday. But the flickering of candles on the cake may dim under the glare of federal scrutiny. The 496,330-acre monument, … Click to Continue »
The World Health Oranisation (WHO) has a new director general. And he's African. Uganda's Yoweri Museveni warns South Sudan's Salva Kiir to keep the national army on a short leash. And Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma says the future prosperity of Africa depends on massive industrialisation.
The passing of Roger Moore reminded me of a note I got from Bill Buckley back in 1984. I had written a cover story for National Review called “The Feminist Mistake.” Apparently, it got quite a response from the Daily Mail (not laudatory). Bill...Show More Summary
Juran Zarate, NBC News senior national security analyst, talks with Rachel Maddow about how U.S. authorities are reviewing any recent intelligence that could...
A three-day National Maritime Transport Policy (NMTP) workshop has been held in St. John’s, Antigua and Barbuda (16-18 May). The event provided valuable knowledge and skills to those involved in the development, adoption and review of a NMTP in the country.
Conservative media has been mostly positive about President Trump’s foreign trip thus far, especially his speech Sunday in Saudi Arabia to the leaders of the Gulf Cooperation Council. National Review called it “statesmanlike,” although writer Elliot Abrams found fault with Trump’s characterization of Islamist extremism. Show More Summary
(WASHINGTON) —The top Democrat on a House oversight committee says documents he’s reviewed suggest that former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn lied to federal security clearance investigators about the source of payments Flynn received from a Russian state-sponsored television network. Show More Summary
Former White House National Security Adviser Michael Flynn appears to have lied to federal investigators last year about who paid for his 2015 trip to Moscow during a Defense Department … Click to Continue »
Authorities who reviewed videotape of the incident described the attack as unprovoked. A black ROTC cadet set to graduate from Bowie State University this week was stabbed to death by a white University of Maryland student who’s a member of a racist online hate group, the Baltimore Sun reports. Show More Summary
Today and tomorrow, I will have a series on George Walker, an American composer (and pianist). Part I is here. Before continuing with Walker, I want to tell you about something else. In the next National Review, I’ll have a piece on Thomas Hampson, the American baritone. Show More Summary
Alexandra DeSanctis of the National Review reacts
This spring, Jonathan Peters took a look at the trickle-down impact of President Trump’s aggressive war on the media for the Columbia Journalism Review. So far, Trump’s attacks on the national media have resulted in increased readership,...Show More Summary
National Review writer Jim Geraghty in his "Morning Jolt" e-mail linked to a Yahoo! column and wrote "Raise your hand if you expected John Brennan, who President Obama appointed to head the Central Intelligence Agency in 2013, to offer a qualified defense of Trump" on sharing intelligence with the Russians. Show More Summary
This is rightfully harsh. The post National Review’s Andrew McCarthy Slams President Trump’s Smear of James Comey appeared first on RedState.
It was a high-drama week of big, anonymously-sourced anti-Trump scoops, and taxpayer-funded National Public Radio was ready to built momentum for impeachment. Its "Week in Review" panelists presented Trump as a crappy criminal, his team a "crew of vipers," and the American people by a "vast majority" wanting to end Trump's days in the White House. Show More Summary
Andrew McCarthy for the National Review: “Comey is one of us. Lavrov and Kislyak are two of them.” “There is no excuse for a president of the United States to run down an American for the consumption of our Russian [...]
The Department of the Interior has opened a 60 day public comment period on National Monuments and Marine Sanctuaries under review. Please submit your comments in support of marine protected areas (MPAs) that are under threat by the current administration!