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Johnny Cash boyhood home considered for historic nomination

The boyhood home of country music icon Johnny Cash is being considered as a nominee for inclusion on the National Register of Historic Places. The Arkansas Historic Preservation Program's review … Click to Continue »

After Texas Shooting, FBI Reviews Gun Background Check System, But Gun Control Group Say Senate Bill Still Needed

The FBI and the ATF will review whether the military and other federal agencies are properly reporting information to the national gun background check database, the Justice Department announced Wednesday.

This Holiday Season, Gift the World Some Product Reviews

This year, the National Retail Federation predicts Americans will spend somewhere in the ballpark of $682 billion in November and December alone. That mind-bogglingly big number includes everything from a big turkey dinner for the whole family to that smart fork your mom’s been dropping not-so-subtle hints about. Show More Summary

WTO to review dispute between Qatar and the UAE

The UAE plans to thwart Qatari litigation at the WTO's using the national security exception, an untested defence.

Today in Conservative Media: Let’s Not Get Carried Away on Sexual Misconduct

A daily roundup of the biggest stories in right-wing media. Sexual misconduct continued to dominate debate in the conservative press on Thursday. At National Review, Jonah Goldberg argued the importance of maintaining distinctions between categories of misconduct: We shouldn’t stand for any of it. Show More Summary

Ron Johnson Making Epic Run For “Greediest Senator” Award

Over at National Review, Jibran Khan reports that several Republican senators are still skeptical about the tax bill: Most of the skeptics are concerned about debt. Susan Collins (Maine) questions the inclusion of individual-mandate repeal and the removal of SALT deductions. And Ron Johnson (Wis.) opposes the different treatment of different kinds of business taxes. […]

Today in Conservative Media: The Solution to Sexual Abuse Is More Masculinity

A daily roundup of the biggest stories in right-wing media. Conservatives continued to address the various sexual misconduct scandals circulating on Tuesday. At National Review, Ben Shapiro made the case for a return to conservativeShow More Summary

African press review 21 November 2017

The Daily Nation leads with the story on the international reactions to Kenya’s Supreme Court upholding Uhuru Kenyatta’s victory.

Today in Conservative Media: More Goodbyes to Bad Men

A daily roundup of the biggest stories in right-wing media. Conservative outlets continued to follow various sexual harassment and assault scandals on Monday. In National Review, David French made the case against letting Sen. Al Franken...Show More Summary

Philippines

At the Diplomat I discuss a recent piece by Phil Zelikow on the US decision to occupy the Philippines: A recent article by Philip Zelikow in the new Texas National Security Review (associated with the website War on the Rocks) investigates this question through a deep dive into the deliberations of the McKinley administration. The short answer is that […]

BHA Maps Hunting Opportunityin At-Risk National Monuments

Interactive habitat maps reveal what’s at stakein administration’s national monument review MISSOULA, Mont. – As the Trumpadministration considers taking unprecedented action to reduce oreliminate national monuments, Backcountry Hunters & Anglers isreleasing detailed habitat maps of six Western nationalmonuments on the chopping block. Show More Summary

The Treasury Secretary’s Wife

National Review on the viral photo of Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin and his wife holding a page of uncut dollar bills: And she was back in the news this week, visiting the plant at which U.S. currency is printed. Dressed [...]

Book Review: Matthew Delmont, Why Busing Failed: Race, Media, and the National Resistance to School Desegregation

Few issues in recent history are more misunderstood than the anti-busing protests. Framed almost entirely as northern whites protesting to protect their communities and their local schools and widely seen as a complete failure today, Matthew Delmont demonstrates in his 2016 book Why Busing Failed a much more nuanced history. Delmont does not claim to […]

ENO’s Marnie first review: Sorry, it’s not a classic

Theartsdesk.com have the first review of last night’s English National Opera world premiere of Nico Muly’s new work. The headline is ‘Marnie, English National Opera review – hyped new opera doesn’t hit the heights’. The closing line is: ‘So while there were many good things to enjoy, the whole thing did not offer as engaging […]

What National Review Gets Wrong About the Opioid Crisis and the War on Drugs

Via The Daily Bell Alright, libertarians, you wanted drug legalization, right? Well, with opioids, via loose prescriptions, you got it, and what’s happened? We are in the middle of the worst epidemic of overdose and addiction this country...Show More Summary

Today in Conservative Media: Mike Pence Was Right About Being Alone With Women

A daily roundup of the biggest stories in right-wing media. Sexual misconduct continued to dominate discourse on the right on Friday. National Review’s David French argued that the recent wave of controversies suggests the wisdom ofShow More Summary

New NR Podcast: The Jamie Weinstein Show

I’m thrilled to announce that National Review will henceforth be hosting one of our favorite podcasts, The Jamie Weinstein Show. Over the last year or so, Jamie has sat down with figures as diverse in background and outlook as RogerShow More Summary

He Was a Happy Man, But . . .

He did worry about NR. Yep. No, not despair — never despair. That being a sin. But there was a less-than-theological reason for Bill’s refusal to despair: It was that he knew that National Review subscribers believed they were part of a much larger thing. Show More Summary

National Review's Joan Didion

Part of the lore of National Review is that Joan Didion once wrote for us, way back in the late 1950s and early 1960s, before she became a famous writer. Netflix recently debuted The Center Will Not Hold, a biographical documentary of Didion, who is 82. Show More Summary

Senate Democrats Won’t Say Whether They’d Vote To Expel Roy Moore

In light of the sexual-assault allegations against Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore — along with reports that he habitually attempted to date women who were in their teens when he was in his thirties — National Review Online contacted...Show More Summary

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