Category Archives: National Review

Trump Congratulates ‘QAnon’ Conspiracy Theorist for Congressional Primary Win

“Congratulations to future Republican Star Marjorie Taylor Greene on a big Congressional primary win in Georgia against a very tough and smart opponent,” the President said.

Scientists Sound Alarm Over Russian Coronavirus Vaccine

“Fast-tracked approval will not make Russia the leader in the race, it will just expose consumers of the vaccine to unnecessary danger.”

Colorado Attorney General Announces Civil Rights Investigation into Policing

The investigation, which attorney general Phil Weiser said began weeks ago, is the first under a new police reform law passed.

TikTok Collected User Data Using Tactic Banned by Google

The data collection was not disclosed to users and appears to flout Google privacy policies.

Ilhan Omar Defeats Democratic Primary Challenger in Minnesota’s 5th District

Omar beat out Antone Melton-Meaux, an attorney who had out-fundraised her during the campaign.

NASA Goes Boldly Where Many Have Gone Before: into Political Correctness

NASA considers names such as the Eskimo Nebula colonialist and discriminatory.

What Canada’s Response to the Pandemic Says about Canada — and the U.S.

Canada’s docility helped in the short run. It will hurt in the long run.

The American Misunderstanding of Natural Rights

The entire ideological edifice of classical liberalism has been constructed exclusively with borrowed capital from the Christian Church.

How Houston Defied Doomsday COVID Predictions

Houston’s approach is a model for how hospital systems should handle intense case surges.

<i>Summerland</i>’s Progressive Sentimentality

Poor storytelling and cliché romance expose a filmmaker’s predictable agenda.