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Things We Like: Lou Dobbs

EDITOR’S NOTE: The following appears in the July 26, 2004, issue of National Review, a special issue made possible by the Media Research Center. When President Bush announced his illegal-immigrant amnesty ...
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A+ For The Bee

School is almost out for the summer–meaning that most students are about to transition from Reading, Writing, and ‘Rithmetic to Romping, Relaxing, and Reality TV. #ad#But frolicking poolside and vegging in ...
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Chocolate-Covered Rant

This is the first day of June, meaning it’s the first of National Candy Month, meaning it’s the first of what is probably Steven Almond’s favorite month. #ad#Almond is the author ...
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Kana’s Iraq

WASHINGTON, D.C.–”We are calling on…America not to stop; to go on with us on this blessed mission, which the Iraqi people will never forget: this blessed mission of liberation, of ...
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Baking Controversy

At the University of Rochester, bake sales are meant to raise not money, but awareness. #ad#At least that’s what members of the UR College Republicans say about their recent Affirmative Action ...
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Bad Sports

Soccer has been known to inflame many fans’ national passions, but a game last February in Guadalajara, Mexico, takes the prize. There, the U.S. team lost to Mexico in the ...
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A Tale of Two Queens

NEW YORK CITY, APRIL 22–It’s 6:30 A.M. in Battery Park, and everything seems as usual. The yawns of a waking city can be heard faintly over the thudding footsteps of ...
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Sexed-Up New Haven

Last week, every Yale undergraduate received an e-mail heralding “Sex Week: A Celebration and Exploration of Sex and Sexuality at Yale University.” #ad#Imagine a modest student’s reaction to “Grandmother of Masturbation” ...