Game Day Reading

by John J. Miller on November 25, 2014 · 0 comments

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A loyal reader carried a copy of The Big Scrum to “The Game,” i.e., the annual Harvard vs. Yale football contest. Teddy Roosevelt would have been pleased–if not with the book, then at least with the Harvard victory. This is the second year he has done this. (For last year’s photo, go here.)

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Lincoln Day

by John J. Miller on November 24, 2014 · 0 comments

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Listen to my podcast with my National Review colleague Richard Brookhiser, whose new biography is about the man who is the target of an assassination in my novel.

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Dawn Patrol

November 16, 2014

Bill Rickenbacker was an editor at National Review in the 1960s, long before my time at the magazine. His father was the American fighter pilot Eddie Rickenbacker, the ace of the First World War–and a subject of my recent NRO podcast with Samuel Hynes, author of The Unsubstantial Air.

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Gone Cruisin’

November 7, 2014

I’m away for the National Review cruise.

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Sen. Sasse

November 4, 2014

Here’s the story.

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Electioneering

November 2, 2014

Election Day is almost upon us. Over the last year or so, I’ve written for National Review about several candidates–all Republicans–on ballots in 2014: Gov. Sam Brownback of Kansas; Rep. Tom Cotton, running for Senate in Arkansas; Gov. John Kasich of Ohio; Terri Lynn Land, running for Senate in Michigan; Ben Sasse, running for Senate [...]

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