Category Archives: National Review

Rand Paul Warns One Third of Republicans Will Leave Party if GOP Senators Back Impeachment

‘This isn’t about, anymore, the Electoral College, this is about the future of the party,’ the Kentucky senator cautioned.

HHS Secretary Alex Azar Resigns, Citing Pro-Trump Capitol Riot

His resignation will take effect on January 20, the same day that Joe Biden will be sworn in as president.

Critics Wave the Red Flag for a Socialist Parable

What the Italian film Martin Eden tells us about hard-left fantasies.

Trump Considers Pardon for Steve Bannon: Report

The former Breitbart News CEO and chief White House strategist was indicted in August for defrauding donors.

A Republic, Not a Democracy

The Capitol riot was a wake-up call: We must stop forsaking the virtues of republicanism and demand sound judgment from our elected representatives.

Capitol Riot Prosecutors Run a Big Risk in Pursuing a ‘Sedition’ Case

There must be accountability, and that cause would not be served by a raft of acquittals.

Russia Has Its Own (Very Russian) Way of Dealing with COVID

‘What’s the point of hiding from it?’

A Cat God, Mummy Coffins, and Spells for the Dead, in Texas

The Kimbell Art Museum, open for business, mounts a captivating show — Queen Nefertari’s Egypt — and leaves good questions.

The Capital Letter: Week of January 11

Biden’s grand plan, China’s grand plan, the regulators’ grand plans, and more.

National Rifle Association Files for Bankruptcy, Plans to Leave New York for Texas

The gun rights advocacy group said that the move to Texas will enable it to “exit what it believes is a corrupt political and regulatory environment in New York.”