Articles tagged as National Review
“Melting Pot Or Civil War? A Son of Immigrants Makes the Case Against Open Borders” An Interview with Reihan SalamReihan Salam In November 2018, JWI’s Deputy Director Garrett Snedeker and Intern Scott Kim shared a discussion with Reihan Salam, author of the book Melting Pot Or Civil War?: A Son of Immigrants Makes the Case Against Open Borders (Penguin Group, 2018). Salam is executive editor of National Review and contributing editor at The Atlantic. […]
National Review published a touching collection of anecdotes on the life and character of Justice Antonin Scalia. Among other friends, Prof. Arkes offered the following: “It was part of Nino’s virtue and charm — and his Christian outlook — that he could find something redeeming and likeable in just about everyone he met, regardless of […]
Writing in National Review Online, Prof. Hadley Arkes discusses the question "did the Nixon scandal and his impeachment really vindicate 'the rule of law'?"