Category Archives: National Review

Bud Light Faces ‘Hurricane Mulvaney’ Moment as Sales Drop for Sixth Straight Week

Rival brands including Coors Light and Miller Lite have reported a significant uptick in sales over the same period.

CUNY Law School Hosts Graduation Speaker Accused of Antisemitism

‘May we rejoice,’ the speaker argued, ‘for the fight against capitalism, racism, imperialism, and Zionism around the world.’

Ailing Senator Feinstein Reliant on Aides to Perform Basic Duties: Report

One unnamed witness said staff had to explain to the 89-year-old ‘the basics of how the Senate functions.’

Deterrence Has Kept the U.S. and the World Safe. Will President Biden Abandon It?

Mixed signals at the G-7 summit and his record on disarmament don’t inspire confidence.

A Hard-as-Nails Commitment to Human Connection

It’s an antidote to the loneliness pandemic.

Memorial Day Is More Than Just the Start of Summer

While there is nothing wrong with enjoying a day off, it is important that we all take the time to reflect on the true meaning of the holiday.

Texas School Postpones Graduation After Only Five Seniors Meet Basic Academic Requirements

A majority of students either had too many absences, did not fully complete a course, or failed a required course.

Lululemon Fires Atlanta Employees for Calling Police During Robbery

The two female employees reportedly violated corporate policy by confronting the thieves and calling local law enforcement.

Debt-Ceiling Deal Reached Days Before Default Deadline

Both President Biden and Speaker McCarthy expressed enthusiasm about the legislative breakthrough.