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Section: National Review (USA)

    Putin Isn’t Interested in Helping America
    Nov17

    Putin Isn’t Interested in Helping America

    Toward the end of his twelve-day trip to Asia, President Trump tweeted, “When will all the haters and fools out there realize that having a good relationship with Russia is a good thing, not a bad thing. There [sic] always playing politics — bad for our country. I want to solve North Korea, Syria, Ukraine, terrorism, and Russia can greatly...

    Mueller’s First Indictments
    Oct31

    Mueller’s First Indictments

    Robert Mueller has made his first strike. He indicted former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort and his associate Rick Gates, and reached a plea agreement with former Trump foreign-policy adviser George Papadopoulos. Between 2006 and 2015, Manafort and Gates worked as lobbyists for a Ukrainian political party that is a cat’s paw of the...

    The Day Gets Even More Interesting: Tony Podesta Steps Down From His Lobbying Firm
    Oct30

    The Day Gets Even More Interesting: Tony Podesta Steps Down From His Lobbying Firm

    The Paul Manafort indictment, released today, contained an easily-solved mystery. Who did Manafort work with in the United States to influence the American government? Here are paragraphs 20 through 22: 20. As part of the scheme, in February 2012, MANAFORT and GATES solicited two Washington, C., firms (Company A and Company B) to lobby in the...

    The Day Gets Even More Interesting: Tony Podesta Steps Down From His Lobbying Firm
    Oct30

    The Day Gets Even More Interesting: Tony Podesta Steps Down From His Lobbying Firm

    The Paul Manafort indictment, released today, contained an easily-solved mystery. Who did Manafort work with in the United States to influence the American government? Here are paragraphs 20 through 22: 20. As part of the scheme, in February 2012, MANAFORT and GATES solicited two Washington, C., firms (Company A and Company B) to lobby in the...

    A Guide to Understanding the Manafort Indictment
    Oct30

    A Guide to Understanding the Manafort Indictment

    For once, the Twitter speculation was mainly correct. When news broke Friday night that Special Counsel Robert Mueller had obtained an indictment, the smart money pegged former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort. After all, the FBI had raided Manafort’s home and widespread reporting indicated that he had complex and lucrative dealings...

    Communism, Memory and ‘Forgetting’
    Oct29

    Communism, Memory and ‘Forgetting’

    Writing in the New York Times, Bret Stephens takes aim at the curious mix of indulgence, amnesia and ignorance that envelops the subject of Communism. How many know the name of Lazar Kaganovich, one of Stalin’s principal henchmen in the [genocidal Ukrainian] famine [of 1932/33]? What about other chapters large and small in the history of...

    It’s 10 P.M., Do You Know Where America’s Troops Are?
    Oct27

    It’s 10 P.M., Do You Know Where America’s Troops Are?

    This week I began to worry that Senator Lindsey Graham isn’t as happy as he should be. He’s always been affable. And, rare for Washington, he’s sometimes intentionally funny. But I think he could have more job satisfaction. Graham is a long-serving member of the Senate Armed Services Committee and a committed hawk. He supports...

    The Organic Industry Is in Turmoil
    Jul12

    The Organic Industry Is in Turmoil

    Amazon’s acquisition of Whole Foods, the grocer that brought pricey organic food to the masses, comes during a time of turmoil in the organic industry: The Department of Agriculture is continuing to investigate the importation of millions of pounds of phony organic grains. The move is in response to a lengthy Washington Post exposé...

    Trump’s Warsaw Triumph
    Jul08

    Trump’s Warsaw Triumph

    Imagine that President Donald Trump gave a speech praising a strong Europe. Imagine that he called forthrightly on Russia to stop its aggression in Ukraine and join the community of responsible nations. Imagine that he embraced the mutual defense commitment, so-called Article 5, of NATO. Imagine that he extolled the role of women in our society....

    The Remarkable Life of Lubomyr Husar . . .
    Jun05

    The Remarkable Life of Lubomyr Husar . . .

    How does it happen that a child growing up in eastern Galicia among Ukrainians, Poles, Moldovans, Germans, Austrians, Jews, Roma, and Armenians dodges Nazi death squads and the Red Army, learns first-hand what it means to be a “displaced person” in occupied Austria, emigrates to the United States, completes university and seminary studies before...

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