Paul Beston | 1.26.07
Out with the new.
Surely patriotism and associated values like honor, courage and respect for tradition and heritage are still worth celebrating.
In Washington, D.C., killers in bars go free while the police and Post crack down on the bartenders and servers instead.
The media lynch mob can't impeach him, so it's doing the next worst thing.
An Army lieutenant reflects on his former civilian life and pending deployment to Iraq.
If a State Department expert can be sentenced to jail for “careless” possession of classfied documents, why not Sandy Berger?
They aren't necessary for success — a message from Charles Murray.
A new attempt to suggest that evangelicals and global warming activists are drawing closer.
What might the saving graces of Elizabeth Edwards be?
On Iraq, and Iran, Mr. Bush wasn't addressing the Democrats but the public, which isn't yet as eager to hasten a bloodbath.
On health care and spending, the president made sense. On energy — watch out. A market-distorting disaster of subsidies and likely corruption.
Meet the Archdiocese of Chicago's Al Sharpton.
The Libby obsessed Patrick Fitzgerald, in the role of Mike Nifong.
Everyone's running, except apparently Al Gore.
The latest winter of our discontented. But then there is S. Fred Singer.
The international left brings its selective memory to Kenya.
It's the nukes that matter, not its negligible presence in Iraq.
The Pelosi Congress is ready to come through for Big Labor with legislation to keep workers from voting on whether or not to unionize.
When the car ahead looks like Michael Moore vomited on its bumper.
Hillary speeds up her announcement. Bill's role in Clinton II administration. Waxman's torture agenda. POGO's oversight shtick, as reporters “faciliate.” Plus more.
On the day of the annual March for Life, Ernest Hemingway's searing short story can serve as a profound guide.
The attorney general has some trouble recalling what he learned in Constitutional Law 101.
Ankara's curb on free speech stirs up jihadists and dooms intellectuals.
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