Our Dixie cups runneth over.
Memo to Bush bashers: If it were true that a smooth talker is a better thinker, the IQ of a used-car salesman would be ten times higher than Albert Einstein’s.
Every April it’s the same thing: a liberal pundit or two hectoring taxpayers about the joys of taxation.
Save your marriage, fix the economy, and teach those greedy lawyers a lesson.
You don’t have to be French to rely on your wife’s money. Plus: Rick Santorum is a Catholic.
Hysterical anti-Americanism and bad taste from a Brit writing in the U.K.’s leading conservative paper!
Certain very partisan Islamic organizations want his nomination to the U.S. Institute of Peace rescinded because his writings do not hew their party line.
Newt AEI broadside angers White House. Plus: Wesley Clark’s latest retirement. Michael Moore is hearing fictitious boos. Slade won’t let it slide.
Britney Spears memorabilia is sold just feet from the city’s late-Gothic cathedral.
War was winding down, museums were being sacked and all readers wanted to talk about was a warm cup of joe.
Luckily the GOP retained possession. Also: Rove v. Ray in Illinois. Plus: Return of the Vision Thing.
How to chat with interesting people and drive Tom Daschle crazy at the same time.
Nowhere in the Constitution is there a federal power to cap awards and attorney fees in medical malpractice cases.
Starting with the woman who replaced him, Dick Gephardt can’t make any headway winning House Democrat support for his presidential run.
Connectivity isn’t all that it’s crackled up to be.
Her status as a native feminist icon is overshadowed by two unresolved questions: When did she die, and where are her remains?
Three Latina ladies imitate Anglo feminists to dispose of a three-timing man they’re no longer going to be in love with.
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