Enemy Central | 6.18.04
Here comes summer.
If terrorists deny having links to Iraq, Bush critics are happy to believe them ahead of the U.S. President.
At long last, a Mein Kampf for grammar nazis.
He spent most of the game wandering through the grandstand, talking to his friends.
That's what this election may boil down to. Guess who wins?
Guess whoâ€™s helping Michael Moore? Plus: Kerry goes veeping — big time (Updated: 10:26 a.m.).
Teresa Heinz Kerryâ€™s feelings come pouring out of the bottle — even about Max Cleland.
The shameful Germans and French are trying our patience one last time.
This time compassionate conservatism has gone too far.
The press discovers new uses for the Reagan children (except Michael, of course).
All over the country Republican governors and state legislators are raising taxes and allowing Democrats here and there to play the anti-taxer.
The press turns a blind-eye to a new UN report confirming the existence of Saddam’s WMDs.
It may be permissible to take sex differences seriously again.
A reply to yesterdayâ€™s posting, “Would Ronald Reagan Have Attacked Iraq?” From the June American Spectator.
The Supreme Court yesterday left the door open to anyone else disgusted with life “under God.”
Another liberal myth goes down the drain of history.
That's no solace to Big Labor. Plus: Did Bush have to kiss Clinton?
The opening article, “Neoconservatism Is Not Reaganism,” in a recent American Spectator exchange between the authors and Peter J. Wallison of the American Enterprise Institute. His response, from our June issue, will appear tomorrow.
So why remake this Hillary of a movie? Why does Hollywood do any of the crazy things it does?
Midst the recent celebrations, why did no one pay tribute to the enormous Russian sacrifice in defeating Hitler?
Welcome to the population crunch, demographic challenge of the 21st century.
Just as President Bush puts on his best performance in years, Vichy John anoints himself Ronald Reagan's heir. Won't do him much good, Clintonwise.
Six states will elect our next president.