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Yearly Archives: 2011

A Tale of Two Nations

A Tale of Two Nations

Whoa! What are you doing? Stop looking at facts and listen to the media! We clearly don’t have a spending problem; we only have a revenue problem. The Ryan plan… Read more »

Judging Intents

Judging Intents

Intent, unlike pixie dust, does not magically make things happen. A few days before Christmas, The Chicago Tribune carried an infuriatingly conciliatory piece summarizing the Obama White House’s retreat from… Read more »

Ellis ’06 Recognized by Forbes

Ellis ’06 Recognized by Forbes

  Michael Ellis ’06, as seen this spring with his wife at TDR’s 30th anniversary gala in New York City (photo courtesy of Gordon Haff Th. ’81).We at The Dartmouth… Read more »

An Academic Freedom Tussle in the Land of 10,000 Lakes

An Academic Freedom Tussle in the Land of 10,000 Lakes

Ever lose a job opportunity based on your opinion? Tom Emmer allegedly has.An ugly argument over academic freedom has broken out at Hamline University in St. Paul, Minnesota. Tom Emmer,… Read more »

TDR and the Heritage Foundation Present: What is America’s Role in the World?

TDR and the Heritage Foundation Present: What is America’s Role in the World?

Earlier this quarter the Heritage Foundation, The Dartmouth Review and PoliTalk put together a lecture by Dr. Theodore Bromund, Ph.D on America’s role in the world. I’m pleased to report that it… Read more »

Hitchens Is Not Great

Hitchens Is Not Great

The love conservatives are giving Hitchens is baffling. As you may have heard, columnist, author, and professional firebrand Christopher Hitchens died two days ago at the age of 62 of… Read more »

TDR and Ricochet Join Forces

TDR and Ricochet Join Forces

We’re proud to announce that The Dartmouth Review and Ricochet, one of the most interesting conservative blog sites on the web, have joined forces to bring you Ricochet’s podcast, hosted by… Read more »

Fall Issues are Now Up!

Fall Issues are Now Up!

Hey everyone, the issues from this past fall quarter are now up in our archive in PDF form. Click on over or just click on one of the covers below. … Read more »

Crouching Moderate, Hidden Romney Killer?

Crouching Moderate, Hidden Romney Killer?

Gingrich’s meteoric rise in the polls is a flash in the pan. With the New Hampshire primary only a month away, serious consideration must be given to whom right-leaning students… Read more »

Nervous on Newt

Nervous on Newt

Gingrich said of Congressman Paul Ryan’s proposed budget plan this spring: “I don’t think right-wing social engineering is any more desirable than left-wing social engineering.  I don’t think imposing radical… Read more »