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Tomorrow on Radio Free Kudlow

The Great Lorenzo has an ace line-up (Senator Tom Coburn, our own Bob Costa, Jennifer Rubin, former Michigan governor John Engler, Don Luskin, Steve Moore, James Pethokoukis, and John McIntyre!) on his must-listen nationally syndicated radio show — it airs from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. (Eastern), and if you can’t listen locally, listen via the web here – where the big issues of the day get tackled. Larry’s topics for mañana’s program are a) Paul Ryan wants tax and entitlement reform instead of debt and a tax-hike bomb, b) the dearth of support for Santorum’s manufacturing policy, c) do the failed Obama budget and the non-existent Senate budget resolution risk credit downgrades by S&P and other rating agencies? d) Santorum leading Romney in Michigan, e) do the falling jobless claims signal a rising economy? and f) is that bullish for stocks? Want wisdom? Want answers? Then listen to Larry!

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Thanksgiving Is Not a Lie

We live in a time of heedless iconoclasm, and so one of the country’s oldest traditions is under assault. Thanksgiving is increasingly portrayed as, at best, based on falsehoods and, at worst, a whitewash of genocide against Native Americans. The New York Times ran a piece the other day titled, “The ... Read More
History

Thanksgiving Is Not a Lie

We live in a time of heedless iconoclasm, and so one of the country’s oldest traditions is under assault. Thanksgiving is increasingly portrayed as, at best, based on falsehoods and, at worst, a whitewash of genocide against Native Americans. The New York Times ran a piece the other day titled, “The ... Read More
Culture

On Being Grateful

My mother always enjoyed making Thanksgiving dinner. She took a traditional Southern woman’s pride in being a good cook, following her mother’s recipes, and my family made a rare display of kindness by declining to inform her that she was a fairly dreadful cook, one whose kitchen alchemy on the electric range ... Read More
Culture

On Being Grateful

My mother always enjoyed making Thanksgiving dinner. She took a traditional Southern woman’s pride in being a good cook, following her mother’s recipes, and my family made a rare display of kindness by declining to inform her that she was a fairly dreadful cook, one whose kitchen alchemy on the electric range ... Read More
U.S.

Gratitude: What We Owe to Our Country

Editor’s Note: The following essay by National Review founder William F. Buckley comes from the first chapter of his 1990 book, Gratitude: Reflections on What We Owe to Our Country. I have always thought Anatole France’s story of the juggler to be one of enduring moral resonance. This is the arresting and ... Read More
U.S.

Gratitude: What We Owe to Our Country

Editor’s Note: The following essay by National Review founder William F. Buckley comes from the first chapter of his 1990 book, Gratitude: Reflections on What We Owe to Our Country. I have always thought Anatole France’s story of the juggler to be one of enduring moral resonance. This is the arresting and ... Read More