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(4.) Jonah Goldberg, "No Movement That Embraces Trump Can Call Itself Conservative," National Review Online, September 5, 2015, http://www.nationalreview.com/article/423607/donald-trump-conservative-movement-jonah-goldberg, accessed January 17, 2016.
The walkback began shortly thereafter, with a Romney aide reassuring the National Review online that the Republican nominee's health care stance was still governed by deference to the free market.
BAGHDAD / Aswat al-Iraq: Amid all the stories about the ongoing violence in Syria, the most disturbing is the possibility that President Bashar Assad could either deploy the arsenal of chemical and biological weapons that his government claims it has, or provide it to terrorists, Victor Davis Hanson said in his article in the National Review Online.
"The sexual revolution distorts everything that gets in the way, and in due course, it will persecute anything that gets in its way" (See George Weigel, "The Libertine Police State," National Review Online, Feb.
"I'm all in favour of girls with guns who know their purpose," Palin said in an email to National Review Online.
Another Iraq war booster, Andrew McCarthy of FDD, joined the chorus in the National Review Online and wrote: "There is a range of possible political responses, of course, but given its three-decade campaign of aggression, the response to Iran must be military - and decisive.
The tale of fish-out-of-water conservatives adapting and thriving in a big city has been told before; witness Rod Dreher's paean to granola conservatism a few years ago ("Birkenstock Burkeans," National Review Online, July 12, 2002) that drew widespread enmity from the National Review crowd.
National Review online editor Jonah Goldberg has speculated that here is a man who can make 12-minute brownies in seven minutes.
Earlier this year, Charles Fountain (http://article.nationalreview.com/?q=NDk3NWZiYTMzM2UxZjE0NzU2OTk0NGVlZWJkZjFmNzk=&w=MA==) wrote in The National Review Online (HT The Sports Economist (http://thesportseconomist.com/2009/03/spring-training-economic-impact.htm));
Now suddenly, in his reaction to Caritas at National Review Online, Weigel has himself become a dissenting Catholic.
York has served as White House correspondent for both National Review magazine and National Review Online. He is a weekly columnist for The Hill, and his work has been published in The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, Atlantic Monthly, New Republic and Weekly Standard.
This book is a one sided viewpoint written by political reporter for National Review Online, David Freddoso, The Case Against Barack Obama.
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