How William F. Buckley Became the Gatekeeper of the Conservative Movement
Editor’s Note: The following is Part One of an excerpt from Alvin S. Felzenberg’s new book, A Man and His Presidents: The Political Odyssey of William F. Buckley Jr. It is reprinted here with permission.
In the 1950s, ...
Elizabeth Banks: Wrong on Spielberg, Wrong on Diversity
Is Steven Spielberg under some kind of moral or political obligation to make movies about women? The question arose last week when the actress and director Elizabeth Banks inexplicably blasted Spielberg while accepting one of those hooray-for-women honors (the Women ...
Team Trump Cannot Fear the I-Word
See, it’s not that hard. All together now: Impeachment . . . impeachment . . . impeachment.
Don’t be fraidy-scared. It’s okay to say the “I-word.” Really.
Apparently, Team Trump doesn’t think so.
It was painful to watch Trump apologists fan ...
Assigning Blame for London’s Tower Inferno
I was in London last week and woke up to horrifying pictures of the inferno that engulfed the Grenfell Tower public housing project in London. They were among the most unsettling images I’ve seen since I watched the World ...
Repeal the Davis-Bacon Act
“You really ought to give Iowa a try.
Provided you are contrary.”
– “Iowa Stubborn,” from Meredith Wilson’s The Music Man
‘Contrary” does not quite capture Steve King’s astringency. The Iowa native and conservative congressman was born, appropriately, in ...
Trump’s Welcome Course Correction on Cuba
Barack Obama’s approach to tyrants might have been described as “tough love,” except that there was never anything tough about it. He attempted to make nice with the mullahs in Tehran, giving them crates of cash in exchange for ...
The Justice Department Is Killing Trump
President Donald Trump’s missteps have intensified the scandal that is consuming his administration.
One is tempted to put scandal in scare quotes. Trump is somehow enmeshed in a scandal based on actions that a president is fully entitled to ...
It has not been a good month for the United Kingdom.
First came a terrorist attack in Manchester that killed 23 and injured scores more. A short time later came another attack in central London, killing eight. The general election less ...
The Three Divorce Magnets
Editor’s Note: The following is excerpted from Diane Medved’s Don’t Divorce, and reprinted here with permission. On June 21, the author and her husband, radio host Michael Medved, will join NR senior editor Jay Nordlinger for a public ...
The Standard for Fathers and Fatherhood
‘In a world where even the words ‘marriage’ and ‘family’ mean radically different things to different people, men are more confused than ever about what it means to be a father, much less a godly father,” Gregory K. Popcak writes ...
Liberals Shun Washington Attorney Representing Jared and Ivanka
Jamie Gorelick is a Democratic super-lawyer and former Clinton Justice Department official who made millions of dollars underwriting subprime mortgages at Fannie Mae before leaving the taxpayer-backed mortgage securities firm in 2003. Now she is a partner at WilmerHale, where lawyers ...
Why Is Hillary Clinton Comparing Herself to Wonder Woman?
In a video earlier this week, Hillary Clinton seemed to compare herself, or at the very least her values, to Wonder Woman — and I’m just not sure what in the fresh hell she could possibly be talking about.
Steve Scalise, Nancy Pelosi, and a Return to Civility
Sometimes terrible tragedies can bring us together, and I’m hopeful that somehow a lasting good will come out of the ballfield shooting in Alexandria, Va. Maybe even a rebirth of civility, which has virtually disappeared from politics, and perhaps ...
Yes, Trump May Face Credible Obstruction-of-Justice Claims
Before we dive in to the tangled and only partially revealed web of facts and allegations surrounding Robert Mueller’s investigation of Donald Trump, allow me to make two things clear. First, at present, I do not believe that sufficient ...
A Strong Russia Sanctions Bill
In December, an outgoing President Barack Obama imposed a series of sanctions on Russia by executive order — overdue retaliation for the Kremlin’s brazen efforts to influence the 2016 presidential election. On Wednesday, the Senate voted 97–2 to codify those sanctions and ...
From Americans to Americans
After the attempted assassination of House Republican whip Steve Scalise by a Democratic activist and Bernie Sanders supporter, a peculiar turn of phrase began to be repeated: “The cold civil war is heating up.”
There are those who dream of ...
America Stands United in Hating Katy Perry
For the better part of a decade, Katy Perry filled a historic role in American culture: the national sexy ditz. Like Marilyn Monroe, Suzanne Somers, and Jenny McCarthy before her, she discovered the colossal upside to being dumb, beautiful, and ...
On Health-Care Reform, George W. Bush Was Misunderestimated
The struggles faced by Presidents Obama and Trump since the passage of the Affordable Care Act have created the impression that it’s impossible to successfully reform American health care. On the non-group market, premiums have soared, networks have narrowed, ...
‘My Dad modeled heroic love for us,” Mary Connolly Breiner writes about her father, Myles Connolly, in the preface of a new edition of his novel Dan England and the Noonday Devil. As Breiner puts it:
Dan is a single ...
Big Government and the Epidemic of Violence
What’s the worst part about horrific, murderous violence in America? Well, except for the death, the ruined lives, the pain, and the fear and the rush to pass laws that wouldn’t have prevented it, I think it has ...
After Alexandria, No More Double Standards
After House majority whip Steve Scalise and four others (and I wish I knew their names, so I could post them here) were shot in Alexandria, Va., reactions from most of the press and political world were cautious, decent, and ...
Speech Is Not Violence and Violence Is Not Self-Expression
Pointed political violence struck Alexandria, Va., yesterday, in the form of a shooting at a GOP baseball practice. The perpetrator was one James T. Hodgkinson of Illinois, and his intent was clear: to kill Republicans.
As details about the killer ...
Help Us Reach the Goal – Do It for Dad
The National Review Spring Webathon approaches its end. Our goal is to raise $264,000.
As of 8 p.m. on Wednesday, June 14, we have raised $218,000.
I shouldn’t say “we have raised.” The fact is, some thousands of you have donated. You ...
Can You Obstruct a Fraud?
On March 30, 2017, by his own account, then-FBI director James Comey told President Donald Trump that Trump himself was not under investigation — the third time he had given him that assurance. In fact, Comey told Trump that he had just assured ...
Shame on the New York Times. Shame.
The New York Times published its editorial in response to yesterday’s vicious, violent, and explicitly political attack on Congressional Republicans — an attack that wounded four and left Representative Steve Scalise in critical condition in a Washington-area hospital — and it ...
U.S. Mayors on Climate: This Time Will Be Different
It happened in 2007, but it could have been last week. Climate change, Michael Bloomberg told the audience, is an example of cities’ “leading where Washington has not”: “We don’t wait for others to act,” he announced. “We lead by ...
Environmentalists Demand Trillions in Lower Returns for Pensions
Environmentalists in America have a new, urgent demand: Pension funds must divest from fossil fuels immediately!
President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Paris climate accord has only made the environmental Left more rabid.
Apart from being impractical, ...
Tim Farron’s Resignation and the End of Liberal Christianity
Tim Farron just resigned as leader of the U.K.’s Liberal Democratic party, and his statement explaining why should enter the history books: “To be a political leader — especially of a progressive, liberal party in 2017 — and to live as ...
Can a Divided America Survive?
The United States is currently the world’s oldest democracy.
But America is no more immune from collapse than were some of history’s most stable and impressive consensual governments. Fifth-century Athens, Republican Rome, Renaissance Florence and Venice, and many ...
A UN Committee Is Considering Making Cultural Appropriation Illegal Worldwide
Indigenous activists from all around the world are calling on a United Nations committee to make cultural appropriation a criminal offense.
The 189-delegate committee, which is a subset of the UN’s World Intellectual Property Organization, has been in Geneva ...
When Speech Inspires Violence, Protect Liberty While Restoring Virtue
If the initial reports from Virginia are true (a big “if”), America may have just witnessed a textbook example of lone-wolf progressive terrorism. According to multiple news reports, the man who opened fire on a baseball field full of Republican ...
After the U.K. Election, Expect Brexit to Continue Apace
The aftermath of the United Kingdom’s general election has seen the country plunge into political crisis. Her “strong and stable” aura and hard-earned reputation for competence irreparably shattered, Theresa May is barely managing to hang on as prime minister ...
Mark Ruffalo vs. White ‘Conservative’ Women
You’d be hard-pressed to find a more desperate virtue-signaler on Twitter than Mark Ruffalo.
The actor, known for playing the Hulk in the Avengers movie series and appearing in cheesy B-list rom-coms, routinely tweets out his solidary with All ...
Remembering the Falklands War
Thirty-five years ago, a cluster of islands off the coast of Argentina became the focus of a crisis that defined the political leadership of British prime minister Margaret Thatcher. For ten weeks, from April 2 to June 14, 1982, Great Britain fought the ...
The Real Hero of the Trump Resistance? James Madison.
‘Progressives” who claim that “corporate America” is the real seat of American power, to be duly resisted by the people through an ever enlarging and aggressive federal government, have some explaining to do.
During Donald Trump’s many decades as ...
Northern Ireland’s Looming Crisis
The drama in the aftermath of the United Kingdom’s general election last week has occurred mostly in London. There, the typical questions come up: Will Theresa May remain as prime minister, or will one of her comrades — Boris Johnson, ...
To Defend Trump, the GOP Is Becoming a Party Bill Clinton Would Love
Before there was Donald Trump, there was another charismatic presidential candidate who led his party out of the White House wilderness. A political miracle worker all his own, he resurrected himself from the political grave so many times that one ...
Trump Will Probably Be Impeached if Republicans Lose the House
The 1998 midterm election was a debacle for Republicans, particularly then-speaker of the House Newt Gingrich. Since Reconstruction, no president had seen his party gain seats in the House in a midterm election six years into his presidency. Gingrich, who made ...
Attorney General Sessions’s Recusal Was Unnecessary
I have argued that Attorney General Jeff Sessions’s recusal from the so-called Russia investigation was a mistake. The attorney general’s testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Tuesday afternoon bolstered this conclusion.
Sessions says that he recused himself, ...
In Congress, a Move to Affirm Free Speech on Campus
In our age of hyper–political correctness, America’s colleges and universities are increasingly committing themselves to illiberal policies that clash directly with the freedoms of speech and expression guaranteed by the First Amendment. Representative Phil Roe (R., Tenn.) of ...
Nixon, Trump, and a Bifurcated Media
The New York Times is worried, and it thinks its liberal readership should be just as scared. The source of this fear is the possibility that President Donald Trump might escape retribution for the crime of being unfit for an ...
Marco Rubio and Ivanka Trump Team Up on Tax Reform
The White House has gained a surprising new ally on issues related to tax reform: Senator Marco Rubio.
In an e-mail circulating through congressional offices, members of Congress have been invited to join Senator Rubio and First Daughter Ivanka Trump ...
The U.S. Needs to Act in Venezuela
As the crisis in Venezuela hurtles into its third month at the cost of more than 60 dead and thousands more injured and imprisoned in street demonstrations against the socialist government of Hugo Chávez heir Nicolás Maduro, indications are ...
The Democrats’ Leftward March
Both victory and defeat have been radicalizing experiences for the Democratic party during this century. Democrats moved left after losing to George W. Bush; they moved farther left after winning with Barack Obama; and now they seem to be moving ...
The Endless Ironies of Donald J. Trump
Here are the ironies of Donald Trump as president.
1) For the Left (both Political and Media)
The Left was mostly untroubled for eight years about the often unconstitutional abuses of Barack Obama — given that they saw their shared noble aims ...
America’s Air Force Is in Bad Shape
Nearly 25 years ago, Senator John McCain observed that “a force begins to go hollow the moment it loses its overall mix of combat capabilities in any one critical area.” Last week, Air Force Chief of Staff David Goldfein quoted those ...
The DUP Makes Britain’s Governing Coalition More Representative, Not Less
When my mother died, I found among her effects a pamphlet by one Maurice Burke entitled ”Britain’s War Machine in Ireland.” The pamphlet probably raised a lot of money “for the Falls Road boys” in its day. My mother ...
Lefty Actors Are Beginning to Fear Donald Trump
Over the weekend the arts community stepped a little too close to the flame of their hatred for President Trump. They got singed, and by Sunday night they were backing away, looking confused and hurt.
The New York theater scene ...
The Ninth Circuit Is Wrong
It is but a small compliment to a three-judge panel of the Ninth Circuit to say that the latest judicial ruling against President Trump’s immigration executive order is marginally less awful than the rulings that came before. Rather than ...
To Both Sides in America’s Dialogue War: Disarm
There has been a curious turn in the free-speech wars. For a decade, America’s elite culture has been marked by a growing willingness to persecute people for private remarks and personal opinions that fall outside contemporary speech norms. The ...
In a sea of graduation celebrations these weeks, Maddi Runkles stands out. Maddi Runkles isn’t the name of a school, and she isn’t a student who marched with her Christian school. She’s a young mom who had ...
The European Union announced this week that it would begin proceedings to punish Poland, Hungary, and the Czech Republic for their refusal to accept refugees and migrants under a 2015 scheme the E.U. commission created. The mission’s aim was ...
Planned Parenthood’s Century of Brutality
Infanticide did not go out of fashion with the advance from savagery to barbarism and civilization. Rather, it became, as in Greece and Rome, a recognized custom with advocates among leaders of thought and action.— Margaret Sanger, Woman and the ...
For New York City’s Municipal Workers, a Supplementary Welfare State
New York City’s municipal work force is, under the mayorship of Bill de Blasio, now larger than it ever has been, at nearly 294,000 workers. This is not a matter of staffing up a few agencies that had been cut ...
Riches unto Death: Poverty Is the Lack of More Than Money
We know this intuitively: True prosperity is not the possession of mammon, nor is the commonwealth of a nation its GDP. Likewise, true poverty is the want not so much of money as of those things that make life sweet; ...
We make a big fuss about mothers in our culture. Think of how often politicians offer sympathy to “heroic” single moms who are doing such an amazing job. Many do, and of course, their lives are extremely hard and they ...
YouTube’s New Father Figure
Like countless men, I recently discovered the online lectures of Jordan B. Peterson, a professor of psychology at the University of Toronto who rose to Internet fame and notoriety in November of 2016. The obscure professor had posted videos to his ...
2017 Is Not and Will Never Be 1968
One month into 1968, the Vietnamese celebrated their new year and the Viet Cong launched its Tet Offensive. The chief of the South Vietnamese national police was photographed executing a captured Viet Cong officer, horrifying viewers across the world. Communist forces ...
Make ‘Civil Society’ Civil Again
In the wake of the horrific shooting of House Majority Whip Steve Scalise and others, people all over the country are asking, How can we excite people to be prudent? Can someone issue a clarion call for calm? Is it ...
Leftist Violence Reaches Its Nadir
‘Pretty soon, all of this assassination talk will get someone shot,” I told my Fox News colleague Tucker Carlson on Tuesday afternoon.
And on Wednesday morning, it happened.
James T. Hodgkinson, 66, opened fire on an Alexandria, Va., baseball diamond where ...
Good Riddance to DAPA—but DACA Should Be Next
The Trump administration has officially rescinded President Obama’s Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents, or DAPA. Good riddance.
In late 2014, frustrated by congressional inaction and having gotten away with one unlawful amnesty — its 2012 Deferred Action ...
Skittles Is Accused of Racism for Making White Skittles
In honor of Pride Month, Skittles has removed rainbow coloring from its candies — explaining that “During Pride, only one rainbow matters. So we’ve given up ours to show our support.”
As Heat Street notes, some of the sales of ...
California vs. Pro-Life Pregnancy Clinics
Three pro-life, faith-based nonprofit clinics in California are suing the state’s attorney general, Xavier Becerra, for infringing on their First Amendment rights.
These clinics — LivingWell Medical Clinic, Inc.; Pregnancy Care Center of the North Coast, Inc.; and Confidence Pregnancy ...
The Jury’s Still Out on American Refugee Policy
Given the intensity of the American political debate on the issue, there is surprisingly little nationally representative data on what becomes of refugees who settle in America, largely because the Census does not count them as a distinct category of ...
The Conservative Case for The Handmaid’s Tale
Much exalted as a preview of “Trump’s America,” Hulu’s adaptation of The Handmaid’s Tale has emerged as one of the favorite cultural rallying points of the so-called resistance against the president. Publications from Politico to Rolling Stone ...
The Book of Henry vs. Maudie
Before praising Maudie, the lovely bio-pic featuring an amazing characterization by Sally Hawkins as Canadian painter Maudie Lewis, some commentary on the pertinence of movies and moral responsibility must come first.
This week’s opening of the revenge drama The ...
The Abuse and Unhealthy Consequences of Food Stamps
With the pending reauthorization of the farm bill next year, President Trump and the Republican Congress have the chance to reform a food-stamp system that is spiraling out of control. In doing so, they should focus on two key problems ...
Alexei Navalny Soldiers On
Earlier this week, Russia was hit by the one of the biggest waves of anti-government protests it had seen in half a decade, with events attended by thousands of demonstrators in over 100 cities across the country. Police arrested an estimated 1,000 ...
An Obamacare Opt-In: Let Each State Choose
Since the House of Representatives passed the American Health Care Act, lawmakers in the Senate have been working feverishly behind closed doors on their own version of Obamacare “reform.” The focus of the debate, by most accounts, is on the ...
Donald Trump, the erstwhile Democrat, independent, and member of the Reform Party, finally has a fixed partisan identity.
The president may be besieged, unpopular, and prone to lashing out self-destructively, but all of this cements his bond to his party ...
The Left’s Violent Tactics Must Stop
Violence is in the air these days. It was visible to the world in Manchester, Birmingham, and London in the days before the British general election June 8. It was visible on the baseball field in Alexandria, Va., on Wednesday morning ...
The Virginia Shooting: Thinking about Incitement
‘He was hunting us.” Those were the words of Republican congressman Mike Bishop describing the depraved gun assault on members of Congress while they were innocently fielding ground balls and practicing base hits on a suburban Virginia field. The politics ...
Is Kamala Harris the Future of American Politics?
Democrats may not have gotten everything they wanted out of a series of recent televised Senate Intelligence Committee hearings that ostensibly concerning Russian interference in the 2016 election. But as the party of the ‘resistance’ shifted its focus from alleged collusion ...
Boost-Phase Intercept Is Still the Best Defense against the North Korean Nuclear Threat
Newly elected South Korean president Moon Jae-in made it official last week: His government will delay deployment of the US-built Terminal High-Altitude Area Defense anti-missile system (THAAD) for two years. THAAD remains South Korea’s only viable defense against a ...
Prog Rock: A Noble but Failed Experiment
To look at them, the gentlemen constituting Spinal Tap may strike you as heavy-metal musicians. The film of their strange odyssey, with its narrator “Marty DiBergi,” is formally modeled on The Last Waltz, “Marty” Scorsese’s documentary about The Band, ...
Are Millennials Following the ‘Success Sequence’?
The “success sequence” — the idea that the ticket out of poverty is to graduate high school, work full-time, and have kids only after reaching age 21 and getting married — has taken a beating from the left lately.
Some of the criticisms ...
Split Up the Ninth Circuit
Is Congress finally getting to the business of splitting the unworkable Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals? This has been a long-running debate spanning several decades, but one that is imperative to resolve if we are to provide equal and adequate ...
The Left Embraces Political Violence
This is why the standard liberal motto — that violence is never legitimate, even though it may sometimes be necessary to resort to it — is insufficient. From a radical emancipatory perspective, this formula should be reversed: for the oppressed, violence is ...
How to Think about the Alexandria Attack
The attempted murder of several Republican members of Congress on Wednesday morning in Alexandria, Va., is nothing short of horrifying. At around 7 a.m., James Hodgkinson, 66, of Belleville, Ill., opened fire on Republicans practicing for Thursday evening’s annual congressional ...
Democrats Move the Russia Goalposts
Attorney General Jeff Session’s impassioned denial that he was involved in colluding with Russia during the 2016 campaign was the most memorable quote from Tuesday’s Senate Intelligence Committee hearing. But if Senate Democrats seeking to bait and interrogate him ...
Mend, Don’t End, Mueller’s Investigation
There’s law and there’s politics. When it comes to Robert Mueller, the special counsel appointed to conduct the so-called Russia investigation, the Justice Department did politics. That is why the public discussion of Mueller’s status — including probably ...
My friend Bill Kristol, dismayed at the rise of Trumpism and the Republican party’s embrace of it, proposes to start a new political party. He has suggested calling the party the New Republicans — or, if not that, the Old ...
America’s Social-Capital Problem Is America’s Political Problem
There was a remarkable detail, scarcely commented upon, in the executive summary of the debut report from Senator Mike Lee’s Social Capital Project. In 1972, 36 percent of Americans reported that they followed “what’s going on in government and public ...
The Democrats have apparently discovered the fountain of political youth: rage. Speaking last week, Senator Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.), a crazed elderly loon recently spotted wandering around the country shouting about wealth inequality while closing on a second vacation home, ...
Brexit Is an Embrace of the Global Economy’s New Geography
Editor’s Note: This piece originally appeared in Quadrant. It is reprinted here with permission.
After the United Kingdom voted on June 23, 2016, to leave the European Union, most people focused on immigration as the root cause. Some said it was ...
Stop Funding WHO Until It Cleans Up Its Act
The World Health Organization (WHO), the troubled United Nations health agency, has just elected a controversial new director-general. The choice should disturb taxpayers, members of Congress, and the Trump administration.
We’ll soon hear condemnation of the administration’s plan ...
Rape Fakers Must Pay a Higher Price
It’s settled, but far from over. The University of Virginia fraternity that was slimed and defamed by sicko fabulist Sabrina Erdely will receive a $1.65 million payment, the fraternity announced this week.
Erdely’s manufactured tale of gang rape by ...
Ossining, N.Y. — Sparkling in the sunlight that inspired 19th-century romantic painters of the Hudson River School, Sing Sing prison’s razor wire, through which inmates can see the flowing river, is almost pretty. Almost. Rain or shine, however, a ...
Cambridge University to Examiners: Don’t Use the Words ‘Flair’ or ‘Genius’ Because of ‘Gender Inequality'
Cambridge University has warned its examiners not to use words such as “flair,” “genius,” or “brilliance” when reviewing students’ work because they “carry assumptions of gender inequality.”
“Some of those words, in particular genius, have a very long intellectual history ...
Trump’s Executive Amnesty
Getting control of illegal immigration is at the top of Donald Trump’s to-do list, and, on the campaign trail, he vowed to end the Obama administration’s “unconstitutional executive amnesty” on his first day in office.
So why hasn’...
Remember the Hysteria about Trump-Induced Anti-Semitism
As I document in my book Still the Best Hope: Why the World Needs American Values to Triumph, which is an explanation of Americanism, leftism, and Islamism, hysteria is a major tactic of the Left.
If you think about it, ...
Populism Stumbles on Both Sides of the Atlantic
In 2016, Brexit and the election of Donald Trump signaled a populist disruption that could have led to a political realignment in the Anglo-American world. Under this realignment, conservatives would have addressed populist sentiments by reinvigorating national sovereignty, empowering families and ...
The Shameful Rewriting of the Pulse Nightclub Massacre
One year ago yesterday, Omar Mateen went into a gay nightclub in Orlando and murdered 49 people. While on the phone with a 911 operator, Mateen made his motive clear: “Yo, the air strike that killed Abu [Waheeb] a few weeks ago – ...
Georgia House Race Isn’t Really a Bellwether for the GOP
The upcoming special congressional election in Georgia’s sixth district has attracted so much national attention — and spending — that it now ranks as the most expensive House race in history, by far. Detailed records of campaign-spending numbers go back only ...
Editor’s Note: The following piece originally appeared in City Journal. It is reprinted with permission here.
If you’re looking for a textbook example of the Washington swamp Donald Trump vowed to drain, the Dwight D. Eisenhower National Memorial, ...
Hezbollah Remains a Very Real Threat to the U.S.
John Kerry was tired and fed up. During a closed-door meeting in late September 2016, he had been trying to tell to Syrian oppositionists why the United States was reluctant to take further military action against the regime in Damascus. But ...
In Texas, a State Supreme Court Maintains Integrity, Despite Politics
The Texas Supreme Court has a unique structure, reflecting the state’s stubbornly independent-minded culture. Most state supreme courts have jurisdiction over civil and criminal cases and have seven (or fewer) members, who are appointed by the governor and face ...
American politics is now, in large part, a fight about whether or not Donald Trump will be impeached.
No one is saying it explicitly, but these are the stakes in the Russia controversy and its spinoffs and in the 2018 midterms. ...
The Danger of Selective Outrage
After a lot of anticipation that James Comey’s hearing would reveal some kind of “smoking gun,” a lot of people were left disappointed.
Comey wound up claiming that President Trump had actually told him to “get anybody satellite to ...
Teen Contraception Programs Are Counterproductive
The pro-life movement receives a significant amount of criticism from pundits and commentators for not being more supportive of contraception and sex-education programs. Most pro-lifers respond by saying that any gains in contraception use will likely be offset by increases ...