Catherine Seipp

Catherine Seipp had been a frequent contributor to National Review Online prior to her death in 2007.

Catherine Seipp had been a frequent contributor to National Review Online prior to her death in 2007.

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Politics & Policy

Boxes of Wonder

One of the unfairest demands adults make of children’s literature is that it conform to their particular religious or political notions of worthiness, and the new film projects of C. ...
Politics & Policy

Pet Suggestion

Media Bistro’s Fish Bowl L.A., an online gossip column about Los Angeles media, has been polling readers lately about what they’d like to see added — or dropped — from ...
Politics & Policy

Customer Disservice

As a member of the vast right-wing conspiracy I’d certainly like to believe that private enterprise is more efficient and ultimately cheaper than government-provided services. Yet lately it seems that ...
Politics & Policy

Spring Street Project

Just about a week after the Los Angeles Times announced they’ve put an investigative team to work trying to find out why they’re losing subscribers and alienating readers, the paper’s ...
Politics & Policy

Party Manners

Last month some friends gave a party in my honor, which was completely delightful except for one moment when a cranky, dumpy looking man I didn’t know from Adam tried ...
Politics & Policy

Rockin’

This season’s funniest new comedy, 30 Rock, debuts tonight on NBC. But much as I love it, I fear it might help lower the boom even faster on the expensive, ...