One of the signature nuisances of New York City has come to Washington.
Author: Jack Butler
Rhetorical Abuses of the War on Terror
How David Frum and Michael Anton went astray, and what it means for the Right.
What’s Happening at the University of Florida?
A recent report claims that the institution has been captured by a DEI bureaucracy.
The Incredible Thrills and Surprising Depth of <em>John Wick: Chapter 4</em>
The Keanu Reeves actioner builds on its predecessors’ spectacle, with unexpected moral (even religious?) content.
It’s Good for Conservatives to Fight ‘Wokeness’
Provided we do so correctly, fighting wokeness will remain a righteous and rewarding cause.
‘Lifestyle Rightism’: A Defense
Any conservatism worthy of the name should favor and defend apolitical parts of life, such as exercise and sports.
Trump, Not Ukraine, Caused J. D. Vance to ‘Take Off’ in Ohio
In last year’s Senate primary, Vance’s views on Ukraine mattered far less than the endorsement of Donald Trump, to whom he remains loyal.
Coach Kamala’s Cringe Catastrophe
The vice president’s locker-room pep talk went about as well as you’d expect it to go.
<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.