Yogi Love | 4.11.09
The debate over same-sex marriage is no longer just about judges.
How the so-called “public option” for health insurance would deny consumers choice, prevent real competition, and usher in government-run health care.
It’s getting harder for U.S. financial institutions — some now taxpayer-backed — to back “Shariah compliant” policies that help entities tied to Iran-backed terrorism.
In Obama’s case, that means running away from leadership, as in the case of the Iranian bomb.
America’s National Prayer Breakfast is in danger of becoming an empty social ritual.
When capitalists are held to the same low standards as government, what kind of future can capitalism possibly have?
Lessons from LBJ, Ford and Reagan on what to do — and what not to do.
Let’s lift our glasses to Ford’s Alan Mulally.
Despite some misgivings about the president, the gifted Peggy Noonan cannot help but regard him as someone special.
Becoming allergic to Obama-prescribed antibiotics.
Muhammad, Keynes, and the avoidance of personal responsibility.
Taking notice of another interesting Jewish observance this Passover.
He grants religious respect to Muslims who oppose America, not Christians who sustain it.
Taxes that work versus those that don’t.
Even our president doesn’t know just how long the U.S. has been guilty of a “failure to appreciate Europe’s leading role.”
A inter-generational exchange over who still possesses “moral authority.”
How do you say big bore in Austrian?
Time to boycott Brazil’s top nut.
It’s killing Arianna, but last week’s easing of the mark-to-market rule is giving economic recovery a chance.
Nothing will replace the camaraderie that came with being a night-desk reporter.
VP silent on blame in Binghamton, Pittsburgh killings: a lesson from Mark Levin.
A fiat currency-wielding Ron Paul supporter’s encounter with federal airport security.
Ten years later, trying to make sure killers aren’t allowed to remain “active shooters.”
The timing of this book’s publication is peerless.
“Freedom is a fragile thing,” Reagan said. Introducing Freedom Watch, a new monthly column in which a prominent public figure addresses growing threats to our freedom and what’s being done to defend it — “for it comes only once to a people”
So in 1945 Barack Obama would not have done what Harry Truman did, he tells the world in Prague.
Southern plantation owners were more enlightened.
Key critics of HillaryCare are now on board the ObamaCare Express. There’s only one way to stop them.
In a novel approach, the iowa supremes claim to speak for a whole new generation.
The Iowa Supreme Court forces conservatives to fight.
Can you believe it? In the public prints I have been called a “pipsqueak.”
Fuzzy feelings and a confused grasp of the human condition.
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?