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Well, He's Got Us There

From Brian Beutler of The New Republic, writing about Indiana and citing our editorial: National Review’s editors  called it  “another skirmish in the endless battle of the Big Gay Wedding Cake.” The image evoked, of a sole proprietor...Show More Summary

We Can’t Hear You: The Shameful Review of Bill C-51 By the Numbers

20 hours agoIndustries / Law : Michael Geist

The Standing Committee on Public Safety and National Security will hold its clause-by-clause review of Bill C-51, the Anti-Terrorism bill, this morning. The government is expected to introduce several modest amendments that experts note do little to address some of the core concerns with the bill. Show More Summary

Sweeney Todd, ENO, review: blunt and bloody

Sweeney Todd English National Opera, in rep until 9 April A wicked deception is sprung in the opening moments of this New York-originated concert staging of Stephen Sondheim and Hugh… Continue reading The post Sweeney Todd, ENO, review: blunt and bloody appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

Dara - a visual epic

Vincent Ebrahim as Daracredit Ellie Kurttz Tanya Ronder/Shahid Nadeem Dara; Zubin Varla, Vincent Ebrahim, Sargon Yelda, dir: Nadia Fall; Royal National Theatre Reviewed by Robert Hugill on Mar 28 2015 Star rating: 4.0 Visual spectacle,...Show More Summary

Tippets: New Waters, National Parks for the Bahamas, Simms Mitts Review

From websites and social media to fly shops and friends, don’t miss Jason Tucker’s recent article on getting your bearings when fishing new water. The Grand Bahama branch of the Bahamas National Trust (BNT) has launched a new website aimed … more ?

Useful Idiots

Welp, I’m glad the National Review finds our old friend Freddie DeBoer useful in making arguments about how the real McCarthyism is on the college campus today. Because Freddie is the real leftist after all. Perhaps we should take odds on when he will show up here to accuse me of being part of this […]

Review: Montane Featherlite Shell Jacket

Rain Jacket Montane Featherlite Shell Jacket $399, 11 oz. (men’s medium) Sizes: men’s S-XXL Not many corners of the globe receive more rain than southern New Zealand’s Fiordland National Park, which sees anywhere from seven to 10 meters of … Continue reading ?

NR: A Medicare Bill Conservatives Need to Embrace

Ryan Ellis, National Review: The House of Representatives is poised to pass H.R. 2, the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015, today by a wide margin. The Senate is expected to follow suit, again by a wide margin, and President Obama is expected to sign H.R. Show More Summary

A Lot Of Right-Wingers Have Egghead Envy

In a post intended to rebut Ted Cruz skeptics, National Review's Kevin Williamson writes: Is Ted Cruz “too extreme”? Longtime Cruz-watchers note that he starts his stump speech with reference to the moral philosopher John Rawls (free...Show More Summary

Review: NV Ferrari Perle Trento DOC

This sparkler is made in the same method as Champagne, but in Trento, Italy, located in the far north of the nation, midway between Milan and Venice. Made from 100% Chardonnay. It’s a fresh and flavorful wine that lands somewhere… Continue reading ? The post Review: NV Ferrari Perle Trento DOC appeared first on Drinkhacker.

Jeremy Guscott's Six Nations review

BBC expert Jeremy Guscott on England's missed chances, bone-crunching Welsh defence, his team of the week and much more.

Preview Reviews for Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation, Pixels, Man Up, and More

This week’s episode of GeekScholars Movie News, the hosts review several new recently released trailers for films across a variety of genres. Hit the jump for me. Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation – The 5th entry into the popular franchise...Show More Summary

[Comic Review] “Grindhouse Drive In, Bleed Out” #3 Dissapoints

Grindhouse’s second series, now titled ‘Grindhouse Drive In, Bleed Out’ started off quite strong with Slay Ride. A horrific twist on your good old fashioned yuletide tale, with a totally rad and original First Nations slant. For her next two-parter, ‘Blood Lagoon’ Alex De Campi is returning to the gruesome world of Deputy Garcia. She […]

Our Undemocratic Teachers’ Unions

By James Paul, National Review Online Is American democracy under assault? That’s a question often asked when businesses exert political influence, unelected bureaucrats misuse power, or reporters engage in slanted storytelling. It’s...Show More Summary

NLRB Extends “Specialty Healthcare” to Acute Care Hospitals: Carves Unit into Multiple Smaller Pieces

The National Law Review Ever since 1974, when the NLRB(“Board”) first took jurisdiction over health care institutions, the Board has paid particular attention to the impact of union organizing on the delivery of healthcare in this industry in general and of acute care hospitals in particular.

Social Security Q&A: Can I Collect on My Ex's Record after Marrying a Foreign National?

Today's question asks if it's possible to collect a divorced spousal benefit based on an ex's record after remarrying a citizen of another country. The answer reviews the effects of remarriage on the ability to claim on an ex's record and considers what the new wife and step-daughter would have to do to be able to receive Social Security benefits.

2015 NFL Mock Draft: The top safeties and AFC South team needs

Let's break down the latest MtD mock, review the positions of biggest need for the AFC South teams, and rank the draft's best safeties. Watch on YouTube | Subscribe to SB Nation on YouTube

National Review Overlooks Huge Strides In Latino Upward Mobility

National Review ignored overwhelming evidence showing second-generation Latinos besting their parents by every socioeconomic indicator to claim that the Latino community in America has "so far been unable to achieve the upward mobility...Show More Summary

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