national review

Campus of Harvard University in Cambridge, Mass.

What Ivy League scandals tell us about higher ed, and what they don’t

A street during a blackout in Caracas, Venezuela, March 8, 2019.

The lights have been out for a while in Venezuela, but none of this should surprise us. We have literally seen this before.

FBI Deputy Assistant Director Peter Strzok prior to testifying on Capitol Hill, July 12, 2018.

Never before in the history of the presidency had a commander-in-chief earned the antipathy of so many — and lived to tell the tale.

Every conceivable epithet and charge has been hurled at Trump, and there is almost nothing to any of it.

Democrats are doing their feeble best to build an impeachment case against the president, but it won’t succeed.

The time to stop this agenda is growing very short.

The Lake Erie Bill of Rights passed a special election vote Tuesday, giving the fourth largest of the Great Lakes “the right to exist, flourish and naturally evolve.”

Lefty 1 percenters should shove their billions into a huge pile and then show us the money.

Let Democrats Pay for Their Anti-Black Abuses

Former FBI Director Andrew McCabe.

The U.S. isn’t a banana republic, but its police apparatus sometimes comes close.

Away from Brexit, Juncker’s robotic insistence that the answer to the EU’s wider problems — from its troubled currency to migration — is “more Europe” is stoking populist anger across the bloc.

Jean-Claude Juncker’s devotion to ‘ever closer union’ helped provoke a backlash

Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump speaks at a campaign event in Green Bay, Wisc., in August 2016.

The word covers every contact between anyone connected to Trump and anyone connected to Russia, with no need to show that a crime was committed.