April 17th, 2014
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Throwback Thursday at National Review: WFB was in Rome in 1980 to film a documentary on the Sistine Chapel with actor David Niven and writer Malcolm Muggeridge. The documentary never aired, but the three friends did get to meet Pope John Paul II.

April 14th, 2014
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National Review’s editors write that Lois Lerner should be prosecuted for her misdeeds — but Eric Holder’s Justice Department may be slow to act: http://natl.re/1qGHZBt

April 4th, 2014
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Oklahoma is about to become the second state to dump Common Core’s unworkable regulations:

April 3rd, 2014
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Throwback Thursday at National Review: WFB demonstrating his renowned straight-up posture on “Firing Line” — the subject of so many indignant letters from fans, many of which he published in his NR column “Notes & Asides” and subsequently collected in “Cancel Your Own Goddam Subscription.”

April 3rd, 2014
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Michelle Malkin slams the sanctimonious myth of left-wing purity on matters of intolerance seen in the defense of Stephen Colbert’s race-based “satire.” Read more:http://natl.re/1mKxfUQ

March 31st, 2014
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NR’s Jillian Kay Melchior laments the decline of Vogue magazine, a once-great brand that has abandoned its influential cultural role to embrace tawdry topics like Kim Kardashian. Read more: http://natl.re/1gH9slj

March 27th, 2014
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Throwback Thursday at National Review: It’s 5 o’clock on Wednesday of magazine week, c. 1970. Bill and Priscilla Buckley are gathered in WFB’s office with staffers Vicky Wehmeier and Chris and Pat Simonds to put together “The Week” for the next issue.

Throwback Thursday at National Review: It’s 5 o’clock on Wednesday of magazine week, c. 1970. Bill and Priscilla Buckley are gathered in WFB’s office with staffers Vicky Wehmeier and Chris and Pat Simonds to put together “The Week” for the next issue.

March 26th, 2014
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It’s sad how many fellow Americans are willing to use freedom of speech to try and deny others freedom of conscience. See more signs: http://natl.re/1hmZkdw

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