The Corner

Join Us in Celebrating National Review’S 50th Anniversary On October 6th

Hosted by the National Review Institute, along with Henry Hyde, George Will, and Rush Limbaugh, the big party marking NR’s 50th will take place at the National Building Museum in Washington on October 6th. A splendid cocktail reception, a black tie dinner, a special History of NR presentation (written by WFB, narrated by Rush), music by the renowned Eric Felten Jazz Orchestra, dancing the night away – what a way to celebrate 50 years of standing athwart history, yelling STOP! There are still tickets available for NR’s Golden Anniversary bash, and if you’d like one of them (the cost is $500, but NRI is tax-deductible) please call the good folks at Political Capital in NYC at 212-588-9148.

Most Popular

Culture

What Self-Help Guru Tony Robbins Was Trying to Say

Tony Robbins must have known immediately that he'd made a huge mistake in how he responded to a question about #MeToo. Last month, at one of Robbins's popular, sold-out seminars, audience member Nanine McCool told the self-help guru that she thought he misunderstood the #MeToo movement. You can see the entire ... Read More
Sports

The Dominant-Sport Theory of American Politics

I think it’s safe to assert that President Trump has an unfortunate tendency to do and say (and tweet) embarrassing things. When he does, we all join in the condemnation, and often it’s not so much for the substance as for the style. The president of the United States should be dignified, measured, slow to ... Read More
Film & TV

Little Pink House Speaks Truth to Power

Coming soon to a cinema near you—you can make this happen; read on—is a bite-your-nails true-story thriller featuring heroes, villains, and a history-making struggle over . . . the Constitution’s Takings Clause. Next February 24, Little Pink House will win the Oscar for Best Picture if Hollywood’s ... Read More