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Man vs. Wild: California Water Crisis, Part 3



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National Review’s Law and Disorder Debate, “Man vs. Wild: California in Crisis,” took place in Washington, D.C., on February 28, 2014. The keynote speakers were Representatives David Valadao (R., Calif.) and Jim Costa (D., Calif.), and panel members included William Yeatman (of the Competitive Enterprise Institute), Maria Guiterrez (from the Central Valley), and Aubrey Bettencourt (a California almond grower). The moderator was National Review senior editor Ramesh Ponnuru.

Man vs. Wild: California Water Crisis, Part 2



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National Review’s Law and Disorder Debate, “Man vs. Wild: California in Crisis,” took place in Washington, D.C., on February 28, 2014. The keynote speakers were Representatives David Valadao (R., Calif.) and Jim Costa (D., Calif.), and panel members included William Yeatman (of the Competitive Enterprise Institute), Maria Guiterrez (from the Central Valley), and Aubrey Bettencourt (a California almond grower). The moderator was National Review senior editor Ramesh Ponnuru.

Man vs. Wild: California Water Crisis, Part 1



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National Review’s Law and Disorder Debate, “Man vs. Wild: California in Crisis,” took place in Washington, D.C., on February 28, 2014. The keynote speakers were Representatives David Valadao (R., Calif.) and Jim Costa (D., Calif.), and panel members included William Yeatman (of the Competitive Enterprise Institute), Maria Guiterrez (from the Central Valley), and Aubrey Bettencourt (a California almond grower). The moderator was National Review senior editor Ramesh Ponnuru.

Costa: Boehner Looking to Temper Expectations



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During C-SPAN’s visit to NR’s Washington bureau on October 4, 2013, Washington editor Robert Costa discussed the latest developments in the ongoing budget negotiations.

Fowler Discusses NR’s History: ‘The Modern Conservative Movement Began with National Review’



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NR publisher Jack Fowler sat down with C-SPAN’s Washington Journal as part of the its visit to NR’s Washington bureau on October 4, 2013.

WH: ‘President Drawing a Line’ on No Debt-Limit Negotiations



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White House press secretary Jay Carney said the president will not negotiate on raising the debt limit until the government is reopened.

Touré on ‘Left, Right, and Center’



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Rich Lowry on Frederick Douglass



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In a special Independence Day presentation, National Review editor Rich Lowry extols Frederick Douglass and his inspiring path to freedom. 

History 102: ‘The Reagan Revolution’



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Hillsdale College professor of history Terrence Moore discusses the statesmanship of Ronald Reagan and his understand of America’s role in the world.

Andrew Breitbart on Pigford



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In this clip from the documentary Hating Breitbart, Andrew Breitbart and Rep. Steve King (R., Iowa) discuss the Pigford case.

History 102: ‘America as a World Power’



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Hillsdale College professor of history Tom Conner discusses American exceptionalism, the U.S.’s involvement in the two world wars, and the honoring of our fallen soldiers abroad.

History 102: ‘Progressivism’



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Hillsdale College professor of history Paul Moreno discusses early Progressive presidents, such as Teddy Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson, and their common dedication to statism.

History 102: ‘The Robber Barons and the Gilded Age’



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Hillsdale College professor of history Burt Folsom discusses myths about the industrialists of the late 19th and early 20th century.

History 102: ‘The Crisis of the Union’



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Hillsdale College professor of history David Raney discusses the Civil War, the statesmanship of Abraham Lincoln, and the legacy of our 16th president.

Stewart Pokes Fun at CNN



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Leno: Send Cruise Ships to North Korea, Not Warships



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History 102: ‘American Promise and Its Dangers’



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Hillsdale College professor of history Paul Rahe discusses the “critical period” prior to the creation and ratification of the Constitution, and comparisons to modern America.

NR’s Trinko on MSNBC Live



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History 102: ‘The American Founding’



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Hillsdale College professor of history Paul Rahe discusses traditional English rights and the concept of natural rights laid out in the Declaration of Independence.

NR’s Charles C. W. Cooke on Morning Joe



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