Category Archives: National Review

‘Inclusive’ Virginia Festival Cancels Menorah Lighting, Claims Ceremony Favors Israel

The festival’s founder cited logistical challenges and sensitivity to the ongoing Israel–Hamas conflict as reasons for the cancellation.

AI: Corporate Governance – Who’s in Charge?

The Week of Monday, November 27: OpenAI part deux, Argentina, inflation, electric vehicles, tax, and much, much more.

U.S. Warship, Multiple Commercial Ships Under Attack in Red Sea: Pentagon

Officials did not say where the attacks may have come from.

U.S. Intelligence Community Was Not Aware of Hamas’ Plan to Attack Israel, Kirby Says

The National Security Council’s spokesman declined to say whether the attack represented a failure of Israeli and U.S. intelligence.

Pro-DeSantis Super PAC Appoints Third CEO in Two Weeks

Meanwhile, the Florida governor completed his tour of Iowa’s 99 counties this weekend.

This Octogenarian Looks Great

A 1943 Supreme Court decision resonates today.

America’s Strategy for Dealing with the China Threat Is Outdated

U.S. diplomatic frameworks do not match China’s PRC gray-zone actions.

What the Post-Dobbs Abortion Numbers Reveal

Bans are effective, but so is widening abortion access elsewhere.

History Has an Ideology Problem

A recent fracas over a widely publicized article in an academic journal shows the damage that progressive bias has done to the profession.

The Curious Gaps in the Media’s Dublin Stabbing Coverage

In certain stories, journalists’ biggest concern is that you don’t get the ‘wrong idea.’