Travis Kavulla

Travis Kavulla, a former associate editor of National Review, is a writer in Montana and the Republican nominee for public service commissioner for the state. He currently edits National Review ...

Travis Kavulla, a former associate editor of National Review, is a writer in Montana and the Republican nominee for public service commissioner for the state. He currently edits National Review Online's "Battle '10" blog. Formerly, he was a Gates Scholar in History at Cambridge University, a 2008 Phillips Foundation journalism fellow, and a graduate and leader of the conservative movement at Harvard. He can be reached at kavulla at gmail dot com

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Politics & Policy

Letters

Into the Woods “Public-Land Colonialism,” by Travis Kavulla (May 19 issue), does a good job of describing Cliven Bundy’s battle with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). However, it gives the ...
Politics & Policy

Bundy’s Lessons

What kind of landowner lets a tenant stay on his property for two decades without paying? When Cliven Bundy’s standoff with federal land managers came up last weekend at a gathering ...
Politics & Policy

Mandela’s Virtue

Dignity, humility, and courage. Those are the words, predictable as they are proper, that are being used to describe Nelson Mandela after his death on Thursday. Few other people in the ...
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Endangered? Specious

Missoula, Mont. — Looking at those walking into the federal courtroom in this university town in western Montana last summer, it was easy to see who was on which side.        ...