The Fox News host assailed those who backed out of honoring him as "Never Trumpers."
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Winchester is an eloquent tour guide with capacious interests, ranging from the rise of North Korea and concerns about the Great Barrier Reef to Steve Job and Gidget.
Normally the Kent School campus bustles with students of high school age but for two and a half days this summer the students were adults spending "vacation" days studying "What Comes Next" at the KentPresents ideas forum wrangling with subjects from cybersecurity to cancer to criminal justice.
BONUS. In what novel way did a German high school student prepare for his upcoming standardized tests? a. He filed a freedom
November is National Family Caregivers month. I want to share two great books that I found informative and comforting. When
There's nothing more fun for me than to be presented with a design "puzzle" - and to have to figure it out. Did you consider
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The basic grim truths that Matthew Hoh wrote about in his much-quoted resignation letter were all basically true when he took his job a few months ago.
Conservatives have resurrected "socialist" to smear anyone to the left of Genghis Khan as anti-American or a heretic.
If recent polling is any indication, people don't want to be associated with the party that elevates the self-satirical wackaloons. Especially when they refuse to be honest about who they are.
As of December 7, short stories by Christopher Buckley, Edna O'Brien (and by January Curtis Sittenfeld, and presumably many others) are available on Kindle, courtesy of a deal with the Atlantic Monthly.
Charlize Theron's Denver and Delilah Films has acquired screen rights to Christopher Buckley's satirical novel "Florence
So we Republicans have a Face Gap with the Democrats, who--let's face it--have the best one of all in Mr. Obama. Well, I
Conservative icon, National Review founder, and devout Catholic William F. Buckley, who died in February 2008 while battling
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"Would You Like Me To Take My Shoes Off?", Dancing, Lunching and Laughing With Mrs. William F. Buckley, Jr.
Close friends of Mrs. Buckley are reluctant to call her an alcoholic. One maintains, "But when she drank, she did become
Its official, folks: the Redheaded Stepchild Party is now being led by a second-semester Southeast Missouri State University dropout whose mommy dearest claims he "flunked everything."
Dead or alive, the Buckleys continue to command attention. The BBC has a William F. Buckley documentary in production, and
1. Gideon Yago and Bill Kristol argue about the coverage of the Iraq War. Yago argued that it is incredibly difficult to
National Review, as the most pedigreed voice of conservatives, has often been tainted -- unfairly and by association, some
If McCain fails to pull this off on Tuesday, as seems likely to be the case, there will be a lot of blame to be shared by