That's kind of funny, because back in 2005, when, just as matter of coincidence, the Republicans had the majority in the Senate, the National Review was in favor of filibuster reform. But now they've squared the circle:
In 2005, we supported a rules change to end an unprecedented series of filibusters of judicial nominations. Reid’s campaign is not designed to restore the traditions of the Senate, as that effort was. Especially considered in combination with his attack on amendments, it is an assault on the deliberative character of the Senate. As such it deserves resistance — if only by a determined minority.Ah, yes, the "traditions of the Senate". I'd hate to see THOSE trampled upon.