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The Hot 5 -- Books People Are Talking About This Week, Or Should Be

The following list first appeared in The National Book Review 1. The Clasp by Sloane Crosley (Farrar, Straus and Giroux) Crosley's best-selling essay collections (I Was Told There'd Be Cake and How Did You Get This Number) made her a sort of literary Lena Dunham. Show More Summary

Analyzing Income Inequality

I came across an interesting article focusing on the relationship between tax evasion and income inequality. The article reviews Gabriel Zucman’s The Hidden Wealth of Nations, which attempts to explain a puzzle that I didn’t realize existed. Show More Summary

Marco Rubio, surging in the polls, draws attacks from onetime mentor Jeb Bush

Marco Rubio crisscrossed the harvested farm fields of northeastern Iowa, drawing enthusiastic crowds, standing ovations and warm reviews of his sunny message that the nation could see a “new American century” forged by new leadership. So many people showed up to see the Republican presidential...

Monday Smackdown: No, National Review Has Not Improve since the Days When It Thought the Twentieth Century's Greatest Statesman Was Francisco Franco: Why Do You Ask?

Ta-Nehisi Coates: [The National Review on Mass Incarceration]( "Over at the _National Review_, Kay Hymowitz offers some praise from my writing skill......Show More Summary

Top 10 nations for mass shootings – something jumps out about gun laws

President Obama claims that countries with strict gun control laws have fewer mass shootings. But is he correct? IJ Review did an investigation, in a comparison of countries that controlled for

On the Docket

The National Review Institute and the Pacific Legal Foundation organized a panel discussion earlier today with some of the top Supreme Court litigators in the country on what to expect in the coming term. Michael Carvin of Jones Day,...Show More Summary

Cooke on Shootings: Sometimes Doing Nothing Is Smarter than Doing Something

In case you missed it, National Review ’s Charles C.W. Cooke also appeared on today’s Morning Joe. Facing a panel of hosts and guests demanding politicians “do something” on guns, Cooke suggested that acting before the facts are collected doesn’t make for smart policy. 

NR Writer Infuriates Morning Joe Panel by Insisting They Have No New Ideas

On Friday's Morning Joe, National Review writer Charles Cooke shook up the roundtable discussing the shooting at Umpqua Community College in Oregon. Joe Scarborough talked about new gun laws likely wouldn’t have stopped the massacre....Show More Summary

Drop That Kindle! 10 Reasons Print Books Are Better Than E-Books

This article first appeared in The National Book Review. Last week, the book industry released figures showing that e-book sales were down so far this year -- the first time they have declined -- while print remained relatively steady. Show More Summary


HIGHLIGHTS – JAWRA OCTOBER 2015 Editorial: Wigington discusses large-scale water resource issues addressed by recent JAWRA journal articles. Technical Papers: Perrone et al. present a comprehensive literature review of national and regional United States water-use estimates and projections. Show More Summary

Ponnuru: Trump Has No History of Conservatism

NATIONAL REVIEW’s Ramesh Ponnuru appeared on today’s Morning Joe to discuss this month’s cover issue, “Trump: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly”:  BRZEZINSKI: “The cover of National Review. ‘Trump, the Good, the Bad and Ugly,’ Ramesh you co-wrote...Show More Summary

On Morning Joe , National Review' s Cooke Connects "More And More" Reluctance To Search Minorities To Gun Trafficking

From the October 2 edition of MSNBC's Morning Joe: JOE SCARBOROUGH: Charles, an impassioned plea by the president. I do wonder though, yes, there is mentally illness across the globe, but I guess Howard would probably agree with me that some European countries are far more advanced in taking care of mental illness than we in America are. Show More Summary

Job Openings at NR HQ, and Across the Fruited Plains

Smart, happy, peppy, young, bursting with conservative enthusiasm, and NR love? Well the National Review Institute is seeking a Regional Development Officer. Maybe even a couple (based... somewhere between the coasts). Get the job of your dreams, at the House that Buckley Built.

A will and a way in Tony-winning 'Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder'

"A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder" did not come easily to the 2014 Tony Award for best musical — an award without which I doubt you would be reading this review of the opening night performance of the first national tour at the Bank of America Theatre in Chicago. For the very persistent producers...

National Book Foundation 5 Under 35

The 2015 National Book Foundation 5 Under 35 Honorees have been announced! This year’s honorees are Angela Flournoy for The Turner House (our review here), Azareen Van der Vliet Oloomi for Fra Keeler (our review here), Colin Barrett for Young Skins (which appeared in our most recent book preview), Tracy O’Neill for The Hopeful (you can […]

Bestselling Historian Explains US Foreign Policy: "Obama Is Prone to Submitting to Males Who Act Dominantly in His Presence"

Here is Arthur Herman writing in National Review about geopolitical realities in the age of Obama: If Vladimir Putin is the dominant alpha male in the new international pecking order, Barack Obama has emerged as his highly submissive...Show More Summary

Many nonprofit academic leaders and professors serve on for-profit health-care company boards

Nearly one in 10 US for-profit health care company board positions are held by individuals with an academic affiliation, a potential conflict-of-interest not explicitly addressed by national guidelines, a new review reveals for the first time. Show More Summary

Review: The Amazing Adventures of Ruth Bader Ginsburg & Sandra Day O'Connor

This review first appeared in The National Book Review Sisters in Law: How Sandra Day O'Connor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg Went to the Supreme Court and Changed the World By Linda Hirshman Harper, 416 pp., $28.99 _________ Apart from being...Show More Summary

Jay Hits D.C.

If you are in the nation’s capital on the evening of Tuesday, October 6, you must attend the special lecture by Jay Nordlinger — hosted by the National Review Institute and the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation — on his new acclaimed book Children of Monsters: An Inquiry into the Sons and Daughters of Dictators. Show More Summary

Review: REI Motility Rain Jacket

Rain Jacket REI Motility Jacket $169, 1 lb. 2 oz. (men’s medium) Sizes: men’s S-XL, women’s XS-XL There are, quite literally, few environments in the world wetter than New Zealand’s Fiordland National Park: It receives upwards of 400 inches … Continue reading ?

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