National Review has a long and friendly relationship with The University Bookman, founded by Russell Kirk in 1960 and now edited by occasional NRO writer Gerald Russello. Today the Bookman has published a smart and substantial symposium that we recommend: “Conservative Thinking on Immigration” features pieces by Peter Lawler, Yuval Levin, Bruce Frohnen, Richard Reinsch, Bradley J. Birzer, Daniel McCarthy, and David Azerrad. Enjoy.
The point of order resolution was put forward by McConnell's colleague from Kentucky, Rand Paul.
President Biden signed the order halting deportations for 100 days on January 20, several hours after his inauguration.
The CTU voted Monday to defy the city school district and continue to work remotely.
Desperate to win sanctions relief, Iran’s foreign minister pens a falsehood-riddled essay in an American magazine.
The U.S. Senate on Tuesday voted to confirm Antony Blinken, a veteran diplomat, as Secretary of State.
‘The trial will be done in a way that is fair but … relatively quickly,’ Schumer said during an interview.