NR Daily: Against the Persecution of Bill Barr

The attorney general has gone above and beyond legal requirements in his release of the Mueller report. He deserves Congress's gratitude, not its contempt.

May 09 2019



Against the Persecution of Bill Barr

David French

Attorney General William Barr has gone above and beyond legal requirements in his release of the Mueller report. He deserves Congress's gratitude, not its contempt. Read More


Top Stories

How To Reduce Money in Politics

George Will

Voters, however, have repeatedly demonstrated opposition to politicians' proposals for funneling money to politicians. Indeed, this might be America's most frequently and reliably "polled" policy.

Progressives Face a Bleak Post-Mueller Landscape

Victor Davis Hanson

Democrats have grown infuriated by Attorney General William Barr's indifference to their hysteria over the Trump–Russia collusion narrative.

ICE on Track for Nearly 1 Million Arrests This Year

Mairead McArdle

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is on track to apprehend nearly 1 million migrants entering the country illegally in 2019.


Tolkien Film Fails to Capture the Majesty of His Achievement

Joseph Loconte

The central mystery that the biopic Tolkien cannot penetrate is a belief in the sudden act of grace.

The Banality of the F-Bomb

Heather Wilhelm

What does our society's thunderstorm of public F-bombs do to our greater sensibility, cultural or otherwise? When the worst swear word becomes commonplace, what do we use to describe the truly horrific?

The Impotence of Modern Boycotts

Michael Brendan Dougherty

Modern boycotts are less like "social excommunication" and more like publicity campaigns, hoping to achieve through attracting notice what cannot be achieved by actual social organization.

Does Brian Sims Hear Himself?

Kevin D. Williamson

How to explain Brian Sims? None of the three most likely possibilities -- that he is not very bright, that he is insane, that he is a fanatic -- speaks very well of the Pennsylvania state representative.

U.S. Seizes North Korean Ship for Violating Sanctions

Jack Crowe

U.S. authorities seized a North Korean ship that was transporting coal in violation of international sanctions, the Department of Justice announced.




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