National Review

Seven million signups and counting. Who could have predicted? Oh, wait...

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George Will, Tea Party Tory

America's most famous bow-tied conservative finds his wild side

America's most famous bow-tied conservative has found his wild side. 

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If you dismiss the War on Poverty simply because poverty is still high, then you’re not making a serious argument.

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Robert Costa: I’m Not On the "Conservative Team"

The National Review reporter talks about his dominating shutdown coverage

The most important news in the country over the past few weeks has been driven by a cohort of Republican politicians, activists, and operatives, and that means that the most important reporter in the country over the past few weeks has been National Review’s Robert Costa. For decades, the premium in conservative journalism has been on opinion-mongering. Costa defies this trend, working sources, focusing on scoops and objective analysis, and rarely, if ever, betraying a political lean.

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The Republican fever is starting to come down. It hasn’t broken yet.Members of the Senate GOP on Friday met with President Obama, just as House Republicans had done one day before. And like their House counterparts, they sketched out an idea for ending the current political impasse—so that the federal government reopens and, no less important, so that the Treasury Department gets new borrowing authority to pay incoming bills.

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Senator Rand Paul has spent much of the August recess engaged in typical political activities—attending a roundtable on school reform, participating in a fundraiser for a fellow Republican, and speaking at a local ham breakfast. But Paul also set aside some time for one more unusual activity: Helping some people to see. Paul, an ophthalmologist, performed several eye surgeries.

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Ted Cruz Isn't Destined to Lose in a Landslide

The Texas senator is mulling a 2016 run. Don't count on Goldwater redux.

The Texas senator is mulling a 2016 run. Don't count on Goldwater redux.

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Scenes from the Conservative Bunker

The National Review summit's message: Obama is out to "annihilate" the GOP

The message to the several hundred disconsolate attendees: Obama is out to "annihilate" the GOP.

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I answer National Review's absurd claim that it's Democrats (including me!), not Republicans, who have introduced race into the 2012 campaign.

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