Welcome to the Week In Review, published every Friday on the blog. WiR is a collaborative effort of TAC’s Editors and contributors. Thought- and mirth-provoking articles we stumble across are placed here, along with an arch tagline.
“Is Michelle Nunn the Wonderbread candidate?” Jon Richards, Peach Pundit
THE EDITORS: Richards expounds on John Henry Thompson’s piece on our website about the Lame Southern Democrats.
“A Departure From Blood-Soaked Sands,” Chet Martin, Georgia Political Review
THE EDITORS: Martin is responding to this post on our website by Russell Dye.
“The Can-Do, Mustn’t-Do Presidency,” Kevin D. Williamson, National Review
THE EDITORS: A fascinating guide to the debate on the Right between proponents of an assertive and restrained executive. There is no comparable debate on the Left, which is largely a coalition of dissimilar interest groups out to grab their slice of the taxpayer pie.
“Princeton: Grades on Transcripts May be Unfair to Kids Who Get Bad Ones,” Katherine Timpf, National Review
THE EDITORS: Because nothing incentivizes exceptional work like reducing all grades to Pass-Fail.
“‘Equal pay day’ this year fell on April 14; the next ‘equal occupational fatality day’ will occur on July 31, 2025,” Mark J. Perry, AEI Ideas
“University Swaps Library’s Study Tables For $10,000 Napping Pod,” Derek Draplin, The College Fix
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