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National Review lists the 20 movies that 'effectively destroyed art'

You monsters. Conservative film criticism is wonderful stuff that we all should be reading, and I'm not even being facetious on that one. It's glorious. The very premise puts conservative above film criticism, asserting that the only...Show More Summary

United Nations Censures American Law Enforcement as Racist Following Ferguson

On August 29, a UN panel on racism urged the United States to "review" its stand your ground-styled self-defense laws and demanded it put a halt to the excessive use of force by police. The U.N. Committee on the Elimination of Racial...Show More Summary

Rich Lowry: Warren Buffett Betrays His Country

Note from Senior Management: National Review Editor-in-Chief Rich Lowry takes on Warren Buffett's tax strategy in Politico. We reprint here. It must have been a bitter moment for President Barack Obama when he got the news that his favorite economic guru not only doesn’t like paying taxes but hates America. Show More Summary

A Review Of The Book “Why American Soccer Isn’t There Yet”

2 days agoSports / Football : EPL Talk

The recent World Cup has spawned a number of books that not only look at the recent past of American soccer but what the men’s national team needs to do going forward. Many of these stories are being written by … Continue reading ? A Review Of The Book “Why American Soccer Isn’t There Yet” is a post from World Soccer Talk.

The IRS Scandal, Day 478

Ars Technica: IRS Wiped Lerner’s BlackBerry After Congress Inquiry Began, Lawyer Says National Review: Lerner’s BlackBerry: Is There a Scandal? Western Journalism: Phony IRS Scandal Not So Phony The IRS Scandal, Day 477 (Aug. 29, 2014) The IRS Scandal, Day 476 (Aug. 28, 2014) The IRS Scandal, Day 475 (Aug....

FAN EXPO – A Spoiler-Free, But Glowing Review of ‘Star Wars: Rebels’

2 days agoOdd : Nerd Bastards

For those hoping that Star Wars: Rebels might serve as a sign that the creative fortunes of the Force franchise are heading for greener pastures – Good news! – all signs point to yes. National Fan Expo in Toronto featured a special presentation of the hour-ling first episode of Rebels to a theater of over […]

Non-Sequiturs: 08.28.14

Here’s the international sign for “don’t urinate in public.” Glad to know we needed a sign for this. [National Review] An illegal hostile work environment is created when coworkers wear confederate flag T-shirts. Because… obviously it is. Professor Volokh thinks this is unconstitutional. Apparently a document drafted by white slaveholders is set up…

Rush Limbaugh Laments That Businesses "Must Service Anybody Who Walks In The Door"

From the August 27 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Rush Limbaugh Show: Previously: National Review Goes All In For Anti-Gay Discrimination Wash. Times Falsely Claims Bakery "Was Forced To Shut Down" After Being "Hounded By Gays" Fox & Friends: Are We A "Free Country" If Businesses Can't Discriminate Against Gay Customers?

The Unintended Consequences of Environmental Policy: For the Birds

Marian L. Tupy So, here is a story to make your blood boil. According to National Review, “the federal government acted with a bias, giving renewable-energy companies a pass on unlawful bird deaths while rigorously prosecuting traditional...Show More Summary

Frank Auerbach Tate Britain – reviews of 'insightful' show

Credits: Photograph: Frank Auerbach/Tate Britain Alt Text: Frank Auerbach: Mornington Crescent - Winter Morning 1989 Lucien Freud's collection of his friend Auerbach's work is 'a significant national inheritance' Hot Ticket Wednesday,...Show More Summary

REVIEW: 'Trap' at The Mission in the iO Theater ??

TJ Jagodowski and David Pasquesi are known nationally as masters of long-form improvisation, that made-in-Chicago art form wherein a single audience suggestion of dialogue or a situation can unspool into a 90-minute show, never to be repeated. This past weekend, TJ and Dave, to use their...

Kurtz: How the College Board Politicized U.S. History

From Stanley Kurtz writing at National Review Online: The College Board, the private company that produces the SAT test and the various Advanced Placement (AP) exams, has kicked off a national controversy by issuing a new and unprecedentedly detailed “Framework” for its AP U.S. Show More Summary

The Unexpected Left-Right Alliance That Could Prevent The Next Ferguson

A proposal to dramatically increase black participation in Ferguson's elections garners support from an unusual source -- the National Review. The post The Unexpected Left-Right Alliance That Could Prevent The Next Ferguson appeared first on ThinkProgress.

ProMedica Named One of Nation's 100 ACOs to Know

ProMedica Physicians Accountable Care Organization (ACO) has been named to Becker's Hospital Review's annual list of "100 Accountable Care Organizations to Know."

MAP: Obama Releasing Into The Heartland Dozens of Illegals Who Are Convicted Murderers

Want to find out if President Obama is sending illegal aliens who are convicted of murder into your neighborhood? This map will help you find out… National Review Online has the full story… The Center for Immigration Studies has used...Show More Summary

Washington Reassessing Militarized Police

The issue of militarized police forces became a focus of national debate after the response of authorities to riots in Ferguson, Missouri, and on Saturday it was announced that President Obama is launching a review of the federal program that allows used military equipment to be transferred to municipal police forces. Show More Summary

Ben Carson, Atheism, Bibles, and the Politics of Religious Neutrality

Charles McCraryDr. Ben Carson, a neurosurgeon, popular conservative commentator, and possible 2016 presidential candidate, recently wrote a short piece for National Review Online entitled “Atheist Absurdities.” Writing in response to the U.S. Show More Summary

National Review Editor: Republicans Who Advocate Legalizing Immigrants ‘Should Be Shot,’ ‘Hanged’

last weekNews : Mediaite

National Review Editor Rich Lowry said at a recent immigration forum in Washington, D.C., that some Republicans who champion the legalization of undocumented immigrants “should be shot” and “hanged.”

Immigration "Activists" Relatively Quiet Right Now, But That Doesn't Mean It's Over [Y-not]

I think the top thread has gotten a bit "ripe" so here's a new one to keep you busy while the cobs work on new material. National Review published this map yesterday. It shows where convicted killers, who are also...

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