National Review Institute’s YouTube page offers robust programming covering a variety of topics, from the Buckley Legacy to the founding of National Review and NRI to lively debates.
The Case for American Power: Why We Must Lead the Free World
On May 9, 2022, conservatives gathered to recommit to peace through strength at The National Press Club in Washington, D.C. Speakers included Senator Tom Cotton, Congressman Mike Gallagher, Elliott Abrams, Victoria Coates, John Hillen, Henry J. Hendrix, Rich Lowry, Jay Nordlinger, Peter J. Travers. WATCH HERE
Reflections on the Revolution in America: An Outsiders Perspective on the United States
On November 10, 2021, Show-Me Institute, National Review Institute, and NewsTalkSTL partnered to host an evening with Douglas Murray who spoke on the recent shifts in American culture, the culture wars, and the attack on free speech and education.
Ken Starr v Alan Dershowitz Debate at Old Parkland in Dallas, TX
National Review Institute is proud to have hosted this special debate forum in January 2020 on the enduring role of the Supreme Court in safeguarding the Preamble’s eloquent promise of “securing the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our posterity.”
The Buckley Legacy
No Safe Spaces with Adam Carolla and David French
A Conversation with Ivanka Trump and Ramesh Ponnuru on Paid Family Leave and Childcare
In November 2019, NRI hosted a conversation with Ivanka Trump and Ramesh Ponnuru on how a divided Washington can best support working families. With an introduction by Kathryn Jean Lopez on the importance of exploring conservative policies that encourage strong family structures, the event focused on paid family leave and expanding childcare options as important issues for the conservative and pro-life communities. Our speakers explored ways to help families overcome the financial hardships that come with extended time off from work for the birth or adoption of a child and how to best support working families with childcare needs. WATCH HERE