Creative decisions that livened up the latest movie may prove difficult to reconcile with something like the Bond we have come to know and love.
Author: Jack Butler
Harambe may still be getting statues, but the Cincinnati Zoo was right to kill him.
Update: The Five-Zeros Club
It is a humbling achievement for this webathon to have joined the five-zeros club with the help of you, our readers. We are grateful for every dollar.
Study: Americans Increased Unhealthy Habits During Lockdowns
Lockdowns of the extent and duration we saw in the U.S. deserve to be remembered as a mistake — perhaps an understandable one, at first, but a mistake all the same.
Growing Up with <em>National Review</em>
Somewhere out there, a high-school student is about to discover NR for the first time. With your help, we can ensure we are there for him — and for everyone else.
Leave Kyrsten Sinema Alone during the Boston Marathon
Activist plans to confront Kyrsten Sinema as she runs the Boston Marathon are another chapter in the ongoing and unseemly saga of public harassment of her.
Bernie Sanders: Spend Trillions or America Will Turn to ‘Authoritarianism’
It’s partisan hyperbole that should be rejected.
Conservatism Is Gratitude
It is with a distinctly conservative sense of gratitude that we express our thanks to those of you who have contributed to National Review’s Fall Webathon.
Elijah Wood: A <em>Lord of the Rings</em> Orc Was Modeled after Harvey Weinstein
It has not yet been confirmed which orc was based on the notorious Hollywood sexual predator.
Michael Tomasky: ‘Democracy’ Means Democrats Get Whatever They Want
Michael Tomasky is essentially saying that, unless the Democratic Party gets everything it wants, then democracy will have failed.