The Prowler | 6.27.08
Democrats feel Al Qaeda’s pain.
Smart liberal Democrats have learned to dissemble about guns.
Meet the newest Republican congressman.
She was born in Dakota territory in 1885.
Why the European Union is cracking down on illegal immigration.
But the reasoned testimony of oil experts is likely to fall on deaf ears in Congress.
Robert Mugabe was a problem from the beginning.
The death penalty is not appropriate for child rapists, as the Supreme Court ruled yesterday, and in fact is likely to be counterproductive.
And why the absence of terrorist attacks should be a huge advantage for McCain.
On the bloody, merry trail of the 12th-century troubadour, Bertran de Born.
Obama doesn’t believe in the separation of faith from winning.
A perfect storm of social liberalism is blowing through this Massachusetts town.
A former Crossfire co-host doesn’t have the courage of his contortions.
An Alaskan prince of pork faces a congressional primary challenge.
In what passes as their style of argument, Arianna and her acolytes will scratch your eyes out.
Aren’t we done saving the whales yet?
You’re either with us or with the caribou.
Why his recent comments on marriage infuriated gay rights activists.
Once upon a time pitchers could hit. Now they can’t even lift a bat without dislocating their shoulder.
Tim Russert and the culture of dreams that is American exceptionalism.
An indispensable contribution to the literature of Watergate no student or scholar of the scandal can afford to ignore.
When all other friends desert, he remains.
FISA opposition offers cover in mortgage scandal, much to Obama and MoveOn’s liking.
What if a U.S. presidential candidate suggested loudly and clearly that the whole world would applaud if southern Africa’s ex-breadbasket pulled back from the brink?
Celebrity childbirth in the age of abortion.
A financial journalist argues what we really need is more divorces — and shorter buildings.
How bad is it?
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?