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The author of Melting Pot or Civil War? A Son of Immigrants Makes the Case Against Open Borders will be appearing in Houston on November 7.
There is no wiggle room for the faint of generosity.
Dear Jolter, Can you believe this Scott Kelly? His mea culpa to the Lefty Twitter mob is a classic . . . of humiliation. This week, the astronaut levelled (at conservatives) ...
This is what we’re up against: a Left that is hateful, inflamed, and uninterested in hearing the other side.
National Review Institute’s fifth annual William F. Buckley Jr. Prize Dinner will be held at The Cultural Center in Chicago.
Dear Jolter, Youth abounds at NR’s NYC HQ: We’re stuffed here with interns, Buckley fellows, a new ISI fellow, social-media worker bees, and other types of galley slaves (I swear some ...
Dear Jolters, For your amusement, the quintessential American political dog days are barking at us: Hazy, hot, humid, and nominated. Much more on the last one below. Speaking of heat (although the ...