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.
“The Thirty Years’ War,” Kevin Williamson, National Review
THE EDITORS: $$$ “Being the guy who gets up and demands the repeal of Obamacare might get you elected president; being the guy who fixes the damned thing simply makes you a target for talk-radio guys who have never run for nor held an elected office but who will nonetheless micturate upon your efforts from a great height.
Everybody wants to run for president. But somebody has to save the country.”
“No Happy Harmony,” Elizabeth Corey, First Things
THE EDITORS: A professor at Baylor University discusses the classic post-feminism question.
“Becoming a Family,” Roger Scruton, City Journal
THE EDITORS: It’s not instantaneous, but rather a beautiful process of life.
“Portable fan blows up Florida governor’s race,” Tamara Lush and Brendan Farrington, The Washington Times
“Watch Out, ISIS, Dutch Biker Gangs are Coming for You,” Siobhan O’Grady, Foreign Policy
“In Ebola-crippled Liberia, six U.S. ambulances become critical,” Kevin Sieff, The Washington Post
“How Republicans Like Thom Tillis Should Handle Education Attacks,” Joy Pullmann, The Federalist
THE EDITORS: <Insert Deal / Perdue / etc. for Tillis>
“Elbert Guillory: Bear-Killer, Gadfly, Statesman,” Joel Gehrke, National Review
“The End of Neurononsense,” Andrew Ferguson, The Weekly Standard
THE EDITORS: Andy aims his pen at the human brain, which, he assures us, remains uncharted territory.
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