The Heritage Foundation president retires
National Review, April 8, 2013
What Happened at Haymarket?
A historian challenges a labor-history fable
National Review, February 11, 2013
The New Wisconsin
How right-to-work won in Michigan
National Review, December 31, 2012
Richard Mourdock 2012
Indian’s tea-party Senate candidate
National Review, November 12, 2012
The books and beliefs of Brad Thor
National Review, August 27, 2012
Book Review: The Eighteen-Day Running Mate
The crisis of McGovern and Eagleton, 1972
National Review, August 27, 2012
A Jeremiah for Everyone
Meet Wendell Berry
National Review, July 30, 2012
Taxpayer Take the Puck
The Goldwater Institute vs. the NHL
National Review, June 11, 2012
Dan Quayle’s Second Act
He’s out of politics but full of political wisdom
National Review, February 6, 2012
A young man runs for Senate in Ohio.
National Review, December 19, 2011
They Have Found Him
Eureka College discovers Ronald Reagan.
National Review, October 31, 2011
More Abused than Lincoln?
President Obama compares himself to a predecessor.
New York Post, August 17, 2011
Lugar vs. Mourdock
The battle for Indiana’s GOP Senate seat.
National Review, August 15, 2011
Meet the businessman who would be president.
National Review, June 20, 2011
A Voice for Choice
A Pennsylvania Democrat promotes school choice.
National Review, June 6, 2011
Book Review: The President Is a Sick Man
The Grover Cleveland coverup of 1893
Wall Street Journal, May 2, 2011
The professor who debunks damnfoolery.
National Review, April 4, 2011
Meet the education ex-governor.
National Review, February 21, 2011
Mutinies to Come?
Four GOP senators must worry about primary challenges in 2012.
National Review, December 31, 2010
Yes, They Did
And many new senators will thank Jim DeMint.
National Review, November 29, 2010
Marco Rubio 2010
How he became Florida’s conservative frontrunner.
National Review, October 18, 2010
The man from Allentown runs for the Senate in Pennsylvania.
National Review, September 20, 2010
Change of Service
Hopes for a GOP congressional majority rest in part on a crop of Afghan and Iraq War vets.
National Review, August 2, 2010
Look Before You Leap
Virginia’s Prince William County shows that Arizona’s new law won’t create a police state.
National Review, June 7, 2010
Senator Tea Party
Jim DeMint of South Carolina leads a conservative resurgence.
National Review, February 22, 2010
A Dem saying “No”
Virginia Sen. James Webb fights the White House.
New York Post, February 11, 2010
Lone Star Showdown
In a Texas GOP primary, it’s Gov. Rick Perry vs. Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison.
National Review, November 2, 2009
Meet artist Bruce Tinsley and his conservative comic-strip duck.
National Review, October 5, 2009
Senate candidate Marco Rubio is a new GOP star.
National Review, September 7, 2009
A remarkable duo’s pursuit of former Communist spies and historical truth.
National Review, July 6, 2009
The Man Who Saved AEI
Christopher DeMuth turned the American Enterprise Institute into one of the country’s most consequential think tanks.
National Review, January 26, 2009
The new Capitol Visitor Center has a shaky grasp of history.
National Review, December 15, 2008
Congressman Kemp’s Playbook
How to modernize the supply-side message.
National Review, December 1, 2008
The Sandler Foundation, built on the business deal that busted Wachovia, has become one of the leading sponsors of left-wing activism in the United States
National Review, November 17, 2008
Special Rules for Special Needs
Could learning-disabled kids lead the way to market-based education reform?
National Review, October 20, 2008
McCain, Meet Macomb
A bellwether Michigan county shows what the candidate must do.
National Review, September 29, 2008
The Most Gut-Wrenching Decision
How John McCain became an American hero.
National Review, September 15, 2008
How conservative is the governor of Minnesota?
National Review, August 4, 2008
The Politics of Wikipedia
A fight over content on the world’s most popular reference guide.
National Review, April 21, 2008
Florida’s governor is no conservative.
National Review, April 7, 2008
An Ugly Heritage
The problem of “National Heritage Areas.”
National Review, January 28, 2008
Fifty Flowers Bloom
Free-market think tanks flourish in the states.
National Review, November 19, 2007
The libertarian congressman runs for president.
National Review, September 24, 2007
A college rebounds from controversy.
National Review Online, September 10, 2007
The House of Chambers
Eminent domain threatens the former home of Whittaker Chambers.
National Review, August 27, 2007
Peace Through Light
The case for Airborne Laser (ABL).
National Review, August 13, 2007
Meet Louisiana’s wunderkind.
National Review, May 14, 2007
The bald eagle makes a comeback.
National Review, April 30, 2007
The Unsung Hero of the Cold War
The official bird of the conservative movement isn’t a hawk.
National Review Online, April 30, 2007
The Case Against 21
Lower the drinking age.
National Review Online, April 19, 2007
Building a world in which “all structures will be standard sizes.”
National Review Online, March 27, 2007
Meet Michigan’s conservative mind.
Traverse, January 2007
The Color Purple
How Democrats win in Colorado
National Review, December 4, 2006
A conservative fights for his political life.
National Review, November 6, 2006
Senator Allen’s Webb
James Webb, Democrat, runs for the Senate in Virginia.
National Review, October 23, 2006
The death of military history in academia.
National Review, September 25, 2006
He deserves a Nobel prize for economics, but keeps getting overlooked.
National Review, September 25, 2006
Chafee vs. Laffey
In Rhode Island, a conservative challenges a liberal incumbent GOP senator.
National Review, August 7, 2006
In the Name of the Animals
America confronts the threat of animal-rights terrorism.
National Review, July 3, 2006
The Annals of Jonathan Brent
The man behind the Communism publishing project at Yale University Press. National Review, May 22, 2006
The compassionate conservative from Kansas
National Review, May 8, 2006
Ted Kennedy writes a book for children.
National Review Online, April 4, 2006
George Mason U. School of Law
A right-of-center institution rises.
National Review, March 13, 2006
Long Live the Monarchs!
The struggles and triumphs of our favorite butterflies.
National Review, February 27, 2006
Rep. Jeb Hensarling
A GOP budget man tries to rein in spending.
National Review, December 31, 2005
Bob Casey, Jr.
A pro-life Democrat runs for the Senate.
National Review, November 21, 2005
Their plight examined.
National Review, October 24, 2005
Meet the South Carolina congressman
National Review, April 35, 2005
Daylight Saving Time is a bad idea.
National Review Online, April 1, 2005
High Caliber Advocacy
How the NRA won the fight over gun rights.
National Review, February 14, 2005
The Douglas Brinkley Show
In Tour of Duty, Brinkley strives to become the court historian of the John Kerry administration.
National Review, July 12, 2004
Missile defense comes to Alaska.
National Review, May 31, 2004
Our Last Cold War Casualty…
The story of Arthur D. Nicholson.
National Review, April 5, 2004
Professors vs. College Republicans
On tenured haters.
Wall Street Journal, March 12, 2004
The Organic Myth
A food movement makes a pest of itself.
National Review, February 9, 2004
Count on It
What happens when the Census counts illegal aliens.
National Review, December 8, 2003
Meet the worst Republican senator.
National Review, September 1, 2003
Will he run for president again?
National Review, May 19, 2003
The Joys of GPS
How our edge in space helps us in war.
National Review, February 10, 2003
The most liberal senator runs for re-election.
National Review, November 11, 2002
The Hispanic Republic of Texas
It’s coming, possibly sooner than you think.
National Review, October 14, 2002
Nearing the end of his life, Edward Teller looks back–and ahead
National Review, September 30, 2002
The crisis of illegal immigration in Arizona’s Cochise County.
National Review, March 11, 2002
Getting the Right Right
A new generation of professional historians, often liberal, assesses the conservative movement.
National Review, January 28, 2002
The latest tricks of Seymour Hersh
National Review, December 3, 2001
Hating Missile Defense
Meet Ted Postol of MIT
National Review, October 15, 2001
What’s in a (Team) Name?
The war against Indian symbols.
National Review, April 16, 2001
The man who would be a Virginia senator — and maybe president?
National Review, November 6, 2000
Fighting the truth about American Indians.
National Review, October 9, 2000
Michigan’s junior senator tries for re-election.
National Review, September 25, 2000
Smog and Mirrors
Al Gore’s dishonest campaign against Texas.
National Review, July 17, 2000
Why he shouldn’t be Bush’s running mate.
National Review, June 5, 2000
Horror at Hillsdale
Controversy rocks a conservative college.
National Review, December 6, 1999
The Rocket Boys
The rise and fall and rise of the missile-defense program called THAAD.
National Review, October 25, 1999
Patrick Kennedy tries to grow up.
National Review, June 14, 1999
Reconsidering a great president who doesn’t get enough respect.
Reason, December 1998
Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo
Celebrating the 150th anniversary of what wasn’t a “land grab.”
Washington Times, February 7, 1998
Why School Choice Lost
Explaining a ballot defeat in California.
Wall Street Journal, November 4, 1993
The Rainbow Curriculum
Dimwitted multiculturalism in New York City public schools.
Wall Street Journal, February 10, 1993