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K–12 Student Walkouts: A Legislative Remedy

Stanley Kurtz

This law might not end all school walkouts, but it would surely make them less frequent and extensive.

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National Review Online / June 3, 2024

The Politics out of Schools Act

Stanley Kurtz

The Politics Out of Schools Act (POSA) discourages politically-motivated mass student walk-outs in K–12 public schools. The increasingly common practice…

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PDF / June 3, 2024

Judge Marjorie Taylor Greene by the Company She Keeps

Henry Olsen

The composition of the failed vote to topple Speaker Mike Johnson tells voters all they need to know about MTG and her ilk.

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National Review Online / May 20, 2024

Stop Greenlighting High-School Walkouts

Stanley Kurtz

Excusing students from school for the sake of protest forces schools to favor some political causes over others.

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National Review Online / May 14, 2024

Youngkin’s English Test

Stanley Kurtz

Glenn Youngkin’s Virginia Department of Education ought to be working closely with Bauerlein, not taking direction from the usual ed-school suspects.

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National Review / April 23, 2024

Trump’s trumped-up show trial is a disgrace to America

Henry Olsen

It’s almost impossible to select a fair jury in the liberal state of New York. It’s no surprise the former president smells a rat

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The Telegraph / April 17, 2024

Biden Hides Plans for Obama-Era Housing Regulation

Stanley Kurtz

Biden’s need to keep his planned revival of AFFH out of the public eye may explain his failure to nominate a replacement for recently retired secretary of Housing and Urban Development Marcia Fudge.

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National Review / April 15, 2024

Nikki Haley Holdouts Aren’t a Problem for Trump

Henry Olsen

There are lots of reasons to wonder whether Trump can beat Joe Biden. His performance in the most recent primaries isn’t one of them.

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National Review / April 12, 2024

Biden Second-Term Preview in Milton, Mass.

Stanley Kurtz

The Massachusetts zoning rebellion has all sorts of implications for the intra-conservative and intra-libertarian divides over state-level zoning initiatives.

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National Review / April 9, 2024

How Pro-Lifers Can Win the Florida Contest

Henry Olsen

It’s not too much of a stretch to say that the political future of this movement will be at stake.

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National Review / April 7, 2024

Nixing BRICS: how to counter the China-led alliance

Henry Olsen

The possibility that BRICS may become a serious competitor to Western-led international entities should be a wake-up call to Western leaders.

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Spectator World / March 17, 2024

There’s a Good Reason Haley’s Still Running – And It’s Not Trump’s Legal Problems

Henry Olsen

Defeated candidates can still deploy their delegates to obstruct the winner’s will by posing contentious amendments to the party platform or by using their nominating speeches to criticize the nominee.

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POLITICO / February 28, 2024