Thousands of protesters poured into Manhattan Tuesday evening to demand Congress vote against the Iran nuclear agreement outside of Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand’s New York office.... Read More The post Thousands Take to New York Streets to Protest Iran Deal appeared first on The Daily Signal.
In a decision that reinvigorated some of the frustrations between teacher unions and the public school system, a New Jersey elementary school teacher who blamed... Read More The post Math Teacher Who Arrived Late to Work 111 Times Allowed to Keep His Job appeared first on The Daily Signal.
South Korean President Park Geun-hye traveled to Beijing this week to attend events commemorating the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II. She... Read More The post South Korea Looks To China for Help With Aggressive North Korea appeared first on The Daily Signal.
On the home page, Fred Bauer—a regular NRO contributor who will not, I think, protest at being described as one of us “reform conservative” types–makes the case for an “enlightened populism” that learns from Donald Trump’s success in the polls. In the wake of 2012, perhaps some Beltway Republicans thought that an ideal Republican presidential candidate would […]
I very much enjoyed my friend Roger Kimball’s review of the new Elon Musk biography, and, relatedly, his thoughts on the Tesla automobiles that are among Musk’s most successful products. Musk is a controversial figure for many reasons, not the least of which is that his companies have not been shy about seeking, and securing, various kinds of government bene […]
Following fantastic receptions this Spring at events in Madison and Raleigh, the National Review Institute’s Regional Partnership Events series is bringing Charles C.W. Cooke back to both Wisconsin and North Carolina — this time to Milwaukee and Charlotte. Next Wednesday, September 9, meet the author of The Conservatarian Manifesto at the Milwaukee Athletic […]
This morning, President Obama got what he’s been working toward all year. With Senator Barbara Mikulski’s announcement that she will vote to support the Iran nuclear deal, the administration got its 34th vote in the Senate, thus assuring that the president will have enough support to sustain a veto of a resolution of disapproval of […] The post The Democrats […]
It’s easy to understand Jeb Bush’s thought process. Subjected to withering, constant assault from the Republican presidential race’s discourteous frontrunner, Bush’s campaign seems to think that he may perhaps become irreparably diminished if he declines to respond. This week, the gloves came off and Bush joined the fight already in progress. In dueling web- […]
Yesterday, Senator Chris Coons (D-Del.) became one of the latest senators to say he will vote to support the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). While he recognized the agreement’s flaws, he also argued that credibility was at stake: The United States negotiated an agreement, and it could not simply walk away. The Washington Post […] The post Iran Nu […]