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.

Politics & Policy

Girltalk

“And don’t get him started on how people in the U.S. misuse the term American,” Los Angeles Times columnist Steve Lopez wrote this week about Monday’s immigration rallies, doing his ...
Politics & Policy

Quaking

During Hurricane Katrina, I often found myself thinking that at least after an earthquake’s over, you’re dry. But that may be just another example of the reflexively wishful thinking we ...
Politics & Policy

Too Much Pepper

Pepper Dennis, an idiotic new one-hour romantic comedy that premieres on the WB tonight after weeks of being heavily advertised on billboards and the sides of buses, seems like an ...
Politics & Policy

College Confidential

As anyone even vaguely acquainted with me knows, I don’t suffer officious types gladly. Not the administrators at my 16-year-old daughter Maia’s old private school, which we quit last year ...
Politics & Policy

Big Love

You may think you’ll hate Big Love, HBO’s new family drama about Utah polygamists that premieres Sunday, but I’ll bet you won’t. I was certainly prejudiced against it, because I’ve ...