National Review Posts Archive
SUBMITTED BY: Brian Tashman, Tuesday 12/21/2010, 9:36am
Haley Barbour Civil Rights: In Weekly Standard profile, Barbour lauds racist, pro-segregation Council of Conservative Citizens, doesn’t remember Jim Crow era as “that bad” (TPM, The Hill; 12/20). Mississippi: Tries to shape his legacy as governor (Clarion Ledger, 12/19). CPAC: Set to address Conservative Political Action Committee conference in February (ACU, 12/16). Mike Huckabee Fox News: As a guest, Rep. Anthony Weiner asks Huckabee, “How Much Do You Make Over There At Fox?” (Mediaite, 12/18). Health Care: Backs 9/11 First Responders care bill blocked... MORE >
SUBMITTED BY: Kyle Mantyla, Tuesday 11/23/2010, 1:08pm
Last week the American Principles Project announced that it would boycott the next CAPC convention if organizers allowed the gay conservative group GOProud to participate. Now, the APP has gotten other Religious Right groups to sign on to a letter to announcing their intent to likewise withdraw from the event: A coalition of conservative groups led by the American Principles Project today sent a letter to David Keene, Chairman of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) and his fellow board members announcing their withdrawal from participation in the 2011 CPAC. The... MORE >
SUBMITTED BY: Brian Tashman, Thursday 10/21/2010, 3:36pm
Republican Rand Paul’s campaign just released robocalls and radio ads narrated by Mike Huckabee, who criticizes Jack Conway’s “Aqua Buddha” ad. Huckabee says that “the only thing worse than a politician attempting to parade his faith for the purpose of getting a vote, is a person who would falsely attack his opponent’s faith, and then lie about it.” The details of Conway’s ad have been confirmed as accurate, and Paul continues to avoid questioning about the “Aqua Buddha” story. But more importantly, we have to ask: is Mike... MORE >
SUBMITTED BY: Kyle Mantyla, Friday 10/08/2010, 4:30pm
It looks like Janet Porter is finally getting back to work, as she's started recording daily commentaries for AFA radio. Bill Donohue is mad that people can make fun of Catholics but not gays. But what isn't Donohue mad about? If you are going to spend money on attack ads, be sure you are attacking the right person. Mitt Romney is being pressured by conservatives to denounce MA health care reform while being pressured by Massachusetts Republicans not to do so. The National Review calls Joe Miller "Cool As Ice." That is not the phrase I would... MORE >
SUBMITTED BY: Brian Tashman, Tuesday 10/05/2010, 8:54am
Newt Gingrich Government: Bashes the welfare state in Texas speech (Dallas Morning News, 10/4). 2010: Raising money for right-wing Minnesota gubernatorial candidate Tom Emmer (MPR, 10/4). Mike Huckabee 2010: Says that mid-term elections will be a “political tsunami” (The Page, 10/4). Florida: Refuses to back Florida GOP gubernatorial nominee Rick Scott (Florida Times-Union, 10/4). New York: Praises controversial New York GOP gubernatorial nominee Carl Paladino (NewsHounds, 10/1). GOP: Claims that he backs the Tea Party over the Party “establishment” (The Page, 10/4... MORE >
SUBMITTED BY: Kyle Mantyla, Tuesday 07/20/2010, 10:59am
I have to say that this op-ed from Andrea Lafferty of the Traditional Values Coalition alleging that there has been some sort of double-standard in the treatment of Elena Kagan and Harriet Miers might just be the dumbest thing that anyone has written during this entire confirmation process: The parallels between the nominations of Kagan and Miers — their similar legal background and connection to the presidents who nominated them — makes the various reactions from the right and the left stand in stark contrast. While Miers was harassed and criticized by both sides of... MORE >
SUBMITTED BY: Kyle Mantyla, Wednesday 06/30/2010, 10:13am
It seems that the Right is all agog over this article in the "National Review" by Shannen Coffin, claiming that Elena Kagan "manipulated the statement of a medical organization to protect partial-birth abortion" while working in the Clinton White House. Here is the gist of Coffin's "bombshell": There is no better example of this distortion of science than the language the United States Supreme Court cited in striking down Nebraska’s ban on partial-birth abortion in 2000. This language purported to come from a “select panel” of the American... MORE >
SUBMITTED BY: Kyle Mantyla, Monday 06/28/2010, 4:32pm
Sen. Robert Byrd passed away this morning at the age of 92. Despite the fact that she is appearing at a conference organized by and featuring a bunch of Birthers, Rep. Michele Bachmann insists that she does not share that view. Sarah Palin headlined Freedom Fest 2010 and organizers were only able to fill about one-third of the arena. Just like that, the GOP has removed Gen. Jerry Boykin from its witness list during the Kagan hearing. The National Review endorsed John McCain over J.D. Hayworth. The Religious Right wants to know how much money Comcast makes from its... MORE >
Five Conservatives Who Don't Understand Net Neutrality…But Are Definitely Against It!
11/14/14 @ 10:57am
Solomon: Obama Is 'A Homosexual Muslim Married To A Man'
11/10/14 @ 3:50pm
Beck: 'Revolutionaries Will Come And They Will Pull You Out Of Your Car And Shoot You'
11/13/14 @ 2:42pm
Alex Jones Has Net Neutrality Meltdown: This Is What The Nazis Did!
11/13/14 @ 5:00pm
Ben Carson Will Crack Down On Non-Citizens Committing Voter Fraud By Revoking Their Citizenship
11/12/14 @ 10:55am