December 2012 - January 2013
Letter From Paris
The administration will not avoid further involvement in an
African tribal war.
O’Malley’s Tin Whistle
The ambitious governor of Maryland stumbles toward 2016.
Redistricting to the Rescue
Prepare for the Worst
We will soon suffer the death, or at least the crippling, of a
thousand regulatory cuts.
Waiting for the Gods
What we will see in the next four years is the monarchical
government of a president determined to rule without Congress.
Recovering From Electoral Disaster
Step one: acknowledge it was a disaster.
Picking Up the Pieces
Presumably the Republicans' next presidential candidate will
have less in common with John Kerry.
Odds & Ends
The Continuing Crisis
Buy the Book
Books for Christmas
Our annual list of holiday gift suggestions
from distinguished readers and writers.
The Great Bill Rusher
An excellent portrait of National Review's founding
My Orwell, Right or Left
Conservative can embrace his "socialism," or at least some of
On Knowing When to Shut Up
Edmund Morris failed at one of his most important