National Review was founded by William F. Buckley Jr. in 1955. Currently edited by Rich Lowry, it has been widely credited with creating and sustaining the modern American conservative movement. National Review Online, the related, popular website, was launched in 1996. National Review Books began printing titles on a range of issues -- from politics and culture to children's literature -- in 1992. For more information about National Review, visit https://www.nationalreview.com/.
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First published in 1960 to celebrate the 5th Anniversary of Bill Buckley’s brash, consequential magazine of opinion, An Evening with National Review: Some Memorable Articles from the First Five Years is republished, in its exact form, for the enjoyment of today’s conservatives, who can see why the great writers who made National Review their journalistic home in the late 1950s remain worthwhile, entertaining, and timeless.[ Read more ]
A giant in stature and influence, the late Henry Hyde’s defense of freedom, justice, and the sanctity of innocent human life left a powerful legacy on Capitol Hill and around the world. Catch the Burning Flag: Speeches and Random Observations is a handsome hardcover collection that captures the most important thoughts and deepest reflections by the great conservative, renowned for decades as the House of Representative’s most persuasive orator.[ Read more ]
As the author says in his preface, Here, There & Everywhere is a “grab bag of a book,” containing almost 100 pieces on a multiplicity of subjects. Paul Johnson calls Jay Nordingler “one of the most versatile and pungent writers in America. And Mark Steyn says that this collection is “a virtuoso display.”[ Read more ]