Impromptus: Living with History, Part III
Editor’s Note: In the current issue of National Review, we have a piece called “‘Rhodes Must Fall’: The rights and wrongs of a movement,” by Jay Nordlinger. This week, under the rubric of his Impromptus column, Mr. Nordlinger has …
Why I Cried When Reagan Replaced Carter
Chris Cillizza of WaPo’s The Fix asked his readers a question about our first memories of election days. Well, this isn’t an election-day story per se, but it is about the first time I “felt” the ramifications of an election.
Jimmy Carter: Let’s Give OBL-Mourning Hamas a Chance!
Former president Jimmy Carter, writing in the Washington Post today:
Palestine’s two major political movements — Fatah and Hamas — are signing a reconciliation agreement on Wednesday that will permit both to contest elections for the presidency and …