Linda Bridges

Linda Bridges is an editor-at-large of National Review.

Linda Bridges is an editor-at-large of National Review.

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C. S. Lewis: In Memoriam

Fifty years ago this fall, the world-renowned author C. S. Lewis died in his home near Oxford, England, one week before he would have turned 65. But despite the immense popularity ...
Politics & Policy

Ryan’s ‘Dissent’

Michael Sean Winters, blogging for the National Catholic Reporter, has written a lengthy piece asserting that Paul Ryan’s “dissent” from “Catholic Social Teaching” makes him a not very good Catholic ...
Politics & Policy

NR’s Other Bill

Bill Buckley was the founder and editor of NR, and the fount of much of its cheeky personality. Bill Rusher became, early in the magazine’s life, the publisher who made ...

Iran: America’s Choices

As the Iranian nuclear program steams along, America and her allies have basically three choices: military action, sanctions, or containment. Containment is the favored option in Washington, D.C., these days, ...
Politics & Policy

Revels With a Cause

Living It Up with National Review: A Memoir, by Priscilla L. Buckley (Spence, 247 pp., $27.95) During all those years when Bill Buckley was editor-in-chief of National Review and was simultaneously ...