National Review Institute mourns the passing of Kate O’Beirne, who served as the president for six years, from 2006 to 2012, and who made an important contribution to the conservative movement during her notable journalism career. Her long-time colleagues at National Review have written personal remembrances on NRO. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends.


NOW ANNOUNCING:

THE FOURTH ANNUAL WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR. PRIZE DINNER


October 25, 2017
Gotham Hall | New York, NY

Additional information is forthcoming. We hope you will be able to join us this fall!
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NATIONAL REVIEW INSTITUTE’S 2017 IDEAS SUMMIT
Mandarin Oriental | Washington, D.C.


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A Note from the President

William F. Buckley Jr. had a special ability to bring together a range of viewpoints, to unite a broad coalition of those who believed that a free society best nurtures the individual and the culture at large. While it is inevitably true that the number of those who knew WFB personally will dwindle, it is my honor to expand the circle of those who are touched by his spirit and influenced by the principles he championed.

As we reinvigorate the National Review Institute’s programs, our newly formed team is eager to work with old and new friends alike.

Thank you for your support.

 

 

Lindsay Young Craig

Learn more about NRI’s programs, accomplishments, and recent growth in the below End-of-Year Newsletter

 

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