By Kyle | April 14, 2017
I started at National Review on Monday, April 10, and spent the entire day getting hooked up with software systems. Then I leaped into action with….
a look at liberal fascism in Dave Eggers’ novel “The Circle,” the movie version of which stars Tom Hanks and Emma Watson and is coming in two weeks…..
an appreciation of Paul McCartney’s great 1989 album, “Flowers in the Dirt” on the occasion of its reissue….
a review of “The Lost City of Z,” a weird attempt to graft multicultural sensitivity concerns onto cannibalism…
an explanation why Netflix’s “The Crown” is a glorious defense of Burkina conservatism,
By Kyle | August 15, 2016
The case for pretension as a way we learn to be better people, in a Sunday column.
By Kyle | August 1, 2016
A look at hillbilly culture and how it aligns perfectly with Trump’s message. A double Sunday column.
By Kyle | April 7, 2016
The eminent journalist has exactly zero to apologize for. More in a column.
By Kyle | March 21, 2016
In a new memoir, “The Envoy,” Bush’s ambassador to Afghanistan and Iraq speaks out about how much we should blame Bush — and Obama — for what happened. More in a Sunday column.
By Kyle | February 1, 2016
…and what it tells us about the failing cult of Hillary. A column.
By Kyle | September 14, 2015
How compartmentalization affects organizations, and how to defeat it. More in a Sunday column about Gillian Tett’s new book.
By Kyle | September 8, 2015
In my Sunday column, I take a look at the case of a Missouri state senator who went to jail for crimes stemming from mailing a postcard. Madness.
By Kyle | August 24, 2015
A psychiatrist advises you to f*ck self esteem, f*ck fairness and f*ck feelings. The way forward is to realize that life is never going to be perfect. My Sunday column.
By Kyle | August 17, 2015
In my Sunday column, a look at “The End of Doom,” in which Ronald Bailey takes apart various forms of doom-mongering.