The vice president’s locker-room pep talk went about as well as you’d expect it to go.
Author: Jack Butler
<em>Everything Everywhere All at Once</em> Wins Big at the Oscars
It ended up with seven of the eleven awards for which it was nominated, including Best Picture and Best Director.
<span style=”font-variant:small-caps”>National Review</span> Goes to the Oscars
Here’s what our writers have to say about (almost) all of this year’s Best Picture nominees.
Reagan, Buckley, and You
With NR’s help, Reagan buried the tyranny of the U.S.S.R., once thought invincible. With your help, we as Reagan’s heirs can continue facing down modern threats.
More <em>Lord of the Rings</em>?
There is, in theory, interesting Tolkien material still to adapt, but reason to doubt that it would be considered, or adapted well. Flawed retreads are likelier.
Where the Catholics Are — and Aren’t (but Could Be Again)
New information about diocesan growth and shrinkage isn’t all bad, but it reveals challenges for the faithful in the Midwest and Northeast.
An Overwhelming Response
With your help, National Review hammers away at the lies and stands for the truth.
Believe the Hype
Jim Geraghty’s coverage of the Wuhan lab is one of many examples of this institution’s thoroughgoing mission to combat the lies that beset modern public life.
Churchill’s (Good) Prejudice
When negotiating with Hitler looked rational, Winston Churchill relied on prerational sentiment to reject the option.
National Conservatism: A Force for the Status Quo?
Does a conservatism that downplays the Declaration of Independence and embraces the ‘Swamp’ deserve prominence on the right?