National Review, March 2015

  • by National Review
  • Narrated by Mark Ashby
  • 1 hrs and 45 mins
  • Periodical

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The March 2015 issue of National Review.
"B.S. Degrees" - There is no such thing as ‘presidency studies’.
"Paul Krugman, Fiscal Fool" - Paul Krugman made a kind of bet in April 2013 - a bet he lost. He didn’t put up any real stake, but his defeat weakens the case for fiscal stimulus and strengthens the case for what he calls “austerity.”
"Lone Star Resilience" - Falling oil prices are no longer a threat to Texas
"Can Israel Survive?" - The country has never been in more danger.
"A Tragic National Pastime" - America and its ‘race rows’.
"Jailhouse Feminism" - Never mind fifty shades of movie promotion for a moment. Now that the children have left the room, let’s take a look at something else going on out there, in the name of liberation and womankind, that requires explanation.
"Conservatism as Counterculture" - Or, the battle of Left and Right for the moral meaning of America
"Reform the Clean Air Act" - Once every eight years comes a day perfect for hiding the most unpopular and ill-advised policy decisions.

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  • Release Date: 03-09-2015
  • Publisher: National Review