Rich Lowry became editor of National Review in 1998 when selected by William F. Buckley, Jr. to lead the magazine. Today, National Review remains a conservative guidepost, helping to bring to prominence rising conservative leaders and advance conservative policies. He is a FOX News Channel contributor and a syndicated columnist. His insight and analysis can also be found in Politico where he writes a weekly column. Known for his skillful debating style, Lowry is a frequent guest on Meet the Press and This Week with George Stephanopoulos. He is the author of Lincoln Unbound and Legacy: Paying the Price for the Clinton Years – a New York Times bestseller.
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Trump believes in immigration laws and the country’s elite really doesn’t.
Marco Rubio has a dubious distinction among the top-tier Republican presidential candidates: He’s the only one who crafted and passed through the Senate a so-called comprehensive immigration reform that is anathema to the right.
Amid the barstool bombast about deporting all illegal immigrants already, here is the core of a program that is more sensible than the “comprehensive” solution offered by the political establishment.
Conservatives should embrace a sensible and moderate form of nationalism.
In the course of a couple of tweets, Donald Trump may have ended the image of the GOP as the party of corporate America.
All of us should agree that Trump pulling a semi-Schwarzenegger and giving the non-ideological New Yorkers the upper hand would be an enormous problem.
He is hugely impressive–brilliant, independent-minded, brave, and a natural leader.
The intense union opposition to her should redound to her credit.
On Steve Bannon’s appointment to the National Security Council.
If they genuinely want to be public-spirited checks on Trump, they shouldn’t be more bitterly adversarial, but more responsible and fair.
I’m not a fan of pinprick military strikes, but I welcome what appears to be the Trump administration’s more clear-eyed view of Russia and the nature of the Syrian conflict.