Conrad Black, writing at National Review Online, blasts the “plague of unjust prosecutions” in the American legal system. Here is an excerpt: Another disturbing recent development in the saga of gonzo American prosecutors is New York...Show More Summary
You are cordially invited to attend the National Review Institute’s forthcoming 2015 Ideas Summit (scheduled for April 30 to May 2 in Washington at the Willard InterContinental Hotel) on “Why the future is conservative.” That’s a statement, not a question. Show More Summary
In response to recent gay wedding questions posed to Sen. Marco Rubio and other GOP candidates, Maggie Gallagher has penned an open letter to a gay friend which we're sure totally exists. Via the National Review: The problem for me in...Show More Summary
We don’t have an American troupe comparable to the U.K.’s National Theatre and Royal Shakespeare Company to officially carry the dual burden of fostering new work while reinvestigating the classic repertory. But increasingly Lincoln Center Theatre acts like a serious candidate for the mantle. Show More Summary
The gala will again be hosted by NBC's Willie Geist. read more
Recommended reading: Nick Laird writes about Claudia Rankine‘s National Book Critics Circle Award-winning Citizen: An American Lyric and “A New Way of Writing About Race” for the New York Review of Books.
45 core competency statements have been finalized for oncology patient navigators. These competency statements were created through literature review, focus group data analysis, expert review, and a national survey of oncology patient navigation stakeholders.
Florida Senator Marco Rubio announced his bid for the Republican nomination for president earlier this week. The editors of National Review praised the senator’s candidate, in an editorial titled, “Marco Rubio Has the Right Ideas, and More.” Marco Rubio jumped into the face for U.S. Show More Summary
Goodness glaciers! Yep, we’re a little more than three months away from the conservative event of the year, the National Review 2015 Alaska Summer Cruise, a looming bon voyage for which hundreds have already signed up. You need to do...Show More Summary
The National Law Review Any employer potentially subject to union organization should be aware that the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) modified its election rules effective April 14, 2015.
The American Academy of Pain Medicine (AAPM) applauds the release of the draft National Pain Strategy (NPS) for public review. Long overdue, the report addresses key target areas including: public awareness and clinical education, access to better care, research into new treatment options, and gathering data on the prevention and treatment of pain.
Jill Ellis released her 23-player roster today for the U.S. Women’s National Team heading to this summer’s Women’s World Cup. Goalkeepers: Hope Solo (Seattle Reign FC), Ashlyn Harris (Washington Spirit), Alyssa Naeher (Boston Breakers) Defenders: Lori Chalupny (Chicago Red Stars), Whitney … Continue reading ?
Tim Lynch Conrad Black, writing at National Review Online, blasts the “plague of unjust prosecutions” in the American legal system. Here is an excerpt: Another disturbing recent development in the saga of gonzo American prosecutors...Show More Summary
If one misunderstands the theory of rights that informs the Constitution, one's approach to judicial review will reflect that misunderstanding. In my initial response to Carson Holloway's essay at National Review Online, I argued that the Constitution does in fact protect unenumerated rights--and judges should do so as well. Show More Summary
Normally National Review's Jim Geraghty is a reasonably straightforward and often informative political reporter. But now he's penned one of those snarky columns suggesting that the Godless Liberal Media don't...
On the latest episode of Future Consideration, Dan Rubenstein and Matt Ufford review the latest Mocking the Draft mock, and then rank the best tight ends in the draft. Watch on YouTube | Subscribe to SB Nation on YouTube
By Mark Mix, National Review Online In 1908, following his third unsuccessful bid for the presidency, William Jennings Bryan told the story of a Texas drunk who tries to get into a bar. The first time the drunk comes through the door, he is quickly escorted out. Show More Summary
The National Law Review Yesterday, Region 7 of the NLRB conducted an information session regarding the NLRB’s new election rules that will go into effect next Tuesday, April 14, 2015.
Sounds like: U2, The National, Kings of Leon Song: Gang of Youths - Still Unbeaten Life What's so good? After reviewing their debut single "Evangelists," I've been a bit ambivalent toward Sydney band Gang of Youths. Until now. Having...Show More Summary
More Hyundai i30s are sold in Australia than in any other nation on Earth – so the updated 2015 Hyundai i30 Series II is kind of a big deal. It’s the company’s biggest selling model – Hyundai sold 31,505 examples of the i30 in 2014, and has already sold 6316 to the end of March [...]