Jeffrey Lord | 2.16.07
Democrats as children of trauma.
The failure to find WMD in Iraq complicates the case for military intervention against Iran.
Amanda Marcotte and Melissa McEwan may be off John Edwards's campaign payroll, but there are plenty of other liberal activists who share their anti-Christian views.
A leader of a German terrorist gang gets out of jail free.
Massachusetts is divided between the old Bostonians and the new bohemians.
John Berendt doesn't quite capture the city's wonder.
Rather than debate the possibility of global warming we should be applauding it and doing everything we can to usher it in.
Giuliani's differences with the right may be a matter of definition.
For Virginia's posturing pols, sorry seems to be the easiest word.
Answering the call for conservative affirmation and soul-searching.
Don't believe the hype about this alternative power source.
America is a great, successful military power that nonetheless dislikes war.
Neal Gabler's new biography of Walt Disney is too good to miss.
If Giuliani is Hillary's Republican opponent, what will principled pro-lifers do?
Utah has given families school choice — but will it last?
American lives are cheap, if youâ€™re an American ally.
Overweight Americans are using too much fuel, prompting calls for government to grow with our waistlines.
Vladimir Putin is using the time he has left to revive Moscow's competition with the United States.
Learning dangerous lessons in British Islamic schools.
If we value religious liberty, we should value the Christian faith as its guarantee.
Robert Southey turned away from radicalism to become a great conservative.
Hillary says she'll bring back the good ole days — Live from New Hampshire.
In Vermont, love makes a family — but motherhood doesn't.
A twisted interpretation of U.S. law has turned thousands of victims of global oppression, who sympathize with America, into terrorists ineligible for asylum.
A new documentary follows Ralph Nader's oddesey from being the Left's hero, to becoming its goat in 2000.
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?