Dropping the big one on peacemakers everywhere.
Gov. Judy Martz is a straight-talking Republican scorned by the job-killing, enviro-hugging snobs who've migrated to the New Montana.
The Angels? In the World Series? In Anaheim? In fabled Orange County?
Democrat dependence on a Clintonite duo. Also: GOP unease about new Democrat voter fraud.
First thing Babs Streisand should recognize is that even Jerry Falwell knows better than to send out ”truth alerts.”
How could she rise so high in the U.S. government?
Key GOP Senate campaigns count on superior funding. Also: One last Bush push for Simon?
It’s just business, this need to stay in business as an aggrieved Italo-American watchdog.
If there is a little-known legacy the late Stephen Ambrose would leave the America he came to love, it might be the destruction of some of America’s spillways and dams.
Brutal deeds unimagined by murderous dictators now are the raw material for Hollywood movies and for prime-time television.
It’s criminal not to act when action is called for.
The West used to condemn Islam and promote Christianity. Now it condemns Christianity and promotes Islam.
What happens if you hold an economic summit and no one notices? Also: McKinney crossed up.
The ImClone insider-trading case has to be the goofiest show running.
Autumn in New York is like spring everywhere else — except perhaps at the N.Y. Post.
All glory to Jimmy Carter, hero of the Anti-American Axis.
Going slow could kill us in Iraq, as Secretary Rumsfeld knows full well — and as his generals are being forced to understand.
Get ready for hard Democratic soft spots. Also: Sununu, so nu?
A new biography of Rocky Marciano examines the fighter as a symbol of 1950s America.
Having won on national security, Bush & Co. now aim to overtake shaky Democrats on domestic matters before November 5. Plus: What makes John Edwards so stingy?
The transition from apartheid to majority rule is working out far better than anyone could have imagined.
A new breed of politician in a state that doesn’t know how much it likes conservative ideas.
A man of faith in a godless age is hitting Americans where it hurts.
Mr. and Mrs. American Spectator Reader, let P.J. O’Rourke talk sense to your kids.
In Britain, defending your property can get you life.
It won’t take long for conservatives to scratch this presidential wannabe off their 2008 scorecard.
Was the President done in by the economy, or by the politics of the economy?
H/T to National Review Online