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The President Comes Out

President Obama has announced his support for same-sex marriage.
How important is this development? How does it change things politically? Culturally? How much of an election issue will it — and should it — be? National Review Online a…

Colson’s Life and Legacy

Chuck Colson, founder of both the Prison Fellowship and the Colson Center for Christian Worldview — who last wrote for National Review Online on religious freedom less than a month ago — died on April 21 at the age of 80. Friends and collea…

Remembering Priscilla Buckley

Longtime National Review managing editor and confidante to the late William F. Buckley Jr., Priscilla Buckley, died at age 90 last weekend. NR friends and family pay tribute (and see more from Rick Brookhiser, Jack Fowler, and Mona Charen.)
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High Court Hopes

JONATHAN ADLER
Most liberal legal commentators and academics have been quite dismissive of the constitutional arguments against the individual mandate. The same cannot be said of the Supreme Court. This week’s oral arguments in Department o…

Can Religious Freedom Be Saved?

On the second anniversary of passage of the president’s landmark health-care legislation, citizens are gathered at statehouses around the country and outside the Department of Health and Human Services in Washington, D.C., to protest the coercive…

Can Obamacare Be Undone?

Two years ago, President Barack Obama signed his landmark health-care legislation into law. We’re still learning what’s in it, and approaching an election that will result in our digging deeper into a bureaucratic takeover of our most intim…

Romney’s Big Night

Romney won big in Illinois. We asked our experts what his victory means for the future of the campaign.
 
HUNTER BAKER
Romney’s big victory last night is important, both because Illinois is a large state and because he needs moments like t…