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Jack Fowler

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Past articles by Jack:

Malthus and the Scarcity of Correct Predictions

The good people at Kite & Key Media are taking on Doomsday Apostles. → Read More

Important Free-Speech Win Kiboshes University of Houston’s Unconstitutional ‘Harassment’ Policy

The policy sought to stretch its scope and disciplinary powers to anything said or communicated anywhere, anytime, on campus, off campus, or on social media. → Read More

Covid Data, in Perspective

Yesterday's DC Today newsletter from David Bahnsen has a boatload of wisdom. → Read More

Wally World

As November ended, so did Wallace Moses' happy life. Those Marlboros caught up with him -- still, it took 83 years. → Read More

‘Dangerous and Misguided’ — City Council Democrat Attacks NYC’s Non-Citizen Voting Bill

The lifelong Democrat took to task the plan to permit non-citizens to vote in local elections. → Read More

The Supreme Court Has a Chance to Blunt the Union Scheme to Defy It

If the Court refuses to hear 'Boardman', it will be permitting a well-funded effort by government unions to baldly defy and weaken its recent precedents in 'Janus and Harris'. → Read More

Why Purple-State Voters Want Election Reforms

If leaders fail to recognize why voters yearn for reform, and if they fail to take action, America may finally see some real political kraken released. → Read More

Happy Janusversary

Substantial numbers of government workers remain clueless about their rights under Janus. There are efforts under way to change that. → Read More

Is Settling the Opioid Crisis the Job of a Maverick Judge?

In a case of epic proportions, Judge Polster employs threats and secrecy to wring a speedy settlement out of Big Pharma defendants. → Read More

What an Honor, to Be Counted in This Band of Brothers and Sisters

Bill Buckley was certain that the schlub (meaning me) loved the readers and donors and cruisers, and that maybe the feeling was mutual -- a thing not unimportant to NR’s survival. Bill was right: But for the occasional chooch, I do love them. And always will. → Read More

Dr. Now, Conservative Hero

To save the lives of morbidly obese Americans, he does something shocking and countercultural: He tells the truth and demands accountability. → Read More

Another Prestigious School Pummeled by Critical Race Theory

At its essence, Christianity is a belief in salvation, love, redemption, and forgiveness. At its essence, Critical Race Theory is about classification, vilification, repudiation, and being unforgiving. How a Catholic institution such as Regis can replace one with the other is a scandal of monstrous proportion and an act of utter sinfulness. → Read More

The Lefty Media Come to the Aid of History’s Champion Scammer

Donziger has many major left-wing publication showing up at his soirée to deliver copious and passionate accounts of him as a man so terribly wronged. → Read More

Inside the April 19, 2021, Issue of

The April 19, 2021, special California issue of National Review is here, check it out now. → Read More

One Day Left, the Goalposts Shift, the Tones Get Dulcet

Anything you can do to help us attain the new and final aspiration ($425,000) will be money well spent on the defense of conservative principles and truth-telling. → Read More

Of Commas and Decimals

You’re only able to read NR today because many others donated before, selflessly, because they knew it was important for NR to survive and thrive, the economics be darned. → Read More

How a Government-Union Court Case Could Drain the Democrats’ Coffers

When Janus was issued in 2018, California had approximately 1.5 million government-union members. In the intervening three years, largely through efforts of CPC and other groups, the membership number has dropped by 18 percent. → Read More

The Ides of America

The Culture Cancelers and Woke Hucksters, the Critical Race Theory Baloney-Slicers and the 1619 Fraudsters -- we are taking them all on. → Read More

You Are Very Much Part of Us

With your help, we’ll be fully supplied for the fights ahead. → Read More

National Review Webathon: Please Support the Cause

The reason NR can help make sense of our mutual beliefs is that readers saw it as a cause. So if you’ve been thinking of sending aid, please do. → Read More