Monday, September 26, 2016

Exit Right

September 26, 2016

The new issue of National Review carries my profile of Michael Grebe, who recently retired as head of the Bradley Foundation: “I’m worried that we’re losing the war of ideas,” says Grebe. “A year ago, I couldn’t have imagined saying that right now.”

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The Secret Agent

September 26, 2016

NATIONAL REVIEW October 10, 2016 DAWN OF THE TERROR ERA JOHN J. MILLER When Martial Bourdin moved through the streets of London on February 15, 1894, he planned to strike a blow against the order of the world — or so it would seem, judging from his decision to bomb the Royal Observatory in Greenwich […]

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Michael Grebe

September 26, 2016

NATIONAL REVIEW October 10, 2016 THE RIGHT’S VENTURE CAPITALIST What Michael Grebe achieved at the Bradley Foundation JOHN J. MILLER Michael Grebe just quit his job as the head of a $840 million venture-capital firm. That’s one way of looking at his retirement this summer as president of the Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation, the […]

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