Magazine January 22, 2018, Issue

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Hugging Is Not Compulsory

The Week is my favorite part of National Review. I love the quippy, quick way of bringing news and humor. With that said, I was aghast at the paragraph regarding the Girl Scouts and its indulgence of people your children may not want to touch them (December 18). As a parent who eschews the idea of my children receiving participation trophies, despite their prevalence in this society, I strongly stand behind my children saying no to being touched by anyone who makes them feel uncomfortable, whether it’s my parents, my grandparents, or a predator in disguise. And

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Hugging Is Not Compulsory The Week is my favorite part of National Review. I love the quippy, quick way of bringing news and humor. With that said, I was aghast at ...
The Week

The Week

‐ Harry Reid’s Pentagon UFO study comes as no surprise — those Democrats will fund anything that involves aliens. ‐ Protests have erupted across Iran. From the country’s relatively modern cities ...
Poetry

Poetry

IMITATION FROM THE CHINESE Ten thousand projects, Bitter tasks set; Five, ten, twenty . . . The years fly. No end to it. And the heart tires With no place to light; So much remorse, Barren regret. No end to ...

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