Notice the cancel stripes on the image – I find them symbolic of what a losing National Review v. Mann outcome might mean for a…
National Review is hiring a full-time editor.
This week, we focus on the American worker, with terrific pieces by Charlie Cooke, Matthew Continetti, and much much more. Dive in here.
A number of entities and individuals, seeing (and fearing) the constitutional consequences of the case, filed amicus curiae briefs in support of NR’s petition
We are offering our friends and readers two excellent sea- and river-faring opportunities in the upcoming months.
This is the Last Hurrah of the 2019 Spring Webathon.
Maybe by the end of the day we can say . . . we are so close to the goal of our 2019 Spring Webathon…
We need to pay the costs that come with operating this endless fight for conservative principles.
Especially if you find our pro-life bona fides important, please give what you can, knowing your selfless generosity is truly consequential.
If you didn’t write that, you sure as heck have been thinking it, and probably a lot. So why not get that nagging task in…
The good news is NR’s 2019 Spring Webathon is more than a quarter of its way to the big goal.