Looking for a free lunch. A few health care stats. Hope & Change — Clinton ‘92. Plus more.
Amir Fakhravar has spent decades fighting for democracy in Iran, and years in the regime’s brutal prisons. He thinks President Obama should speak up for freedom.
The fight to pass Obama’s spending bill for Iraq, Afghanistan, and the IMF wasn’t as easy as it looked.
In another distressing example of heterophobia, Obama’s gift to gay activists this week excludes opposite-sex sinners.
Did a few Western governors and their staffs pull a fast one on other members of the Western Governors Association in the name of accelerated cap and trade?
The Obama Administration has found a new way to handle the problem of illegal immigration — ignore it.
Following in the tradition of the great Don Budge and Gottried von Cramm.
What are the aims of criminal law?
The Obama machine will not allow anyone to get in its crooked way.
Iranian cry for freedom received with miserable inadequacy by the White House.
Never mind! Suddenly, holding terror suspects indefinitely without trial is OK.
He is determined to restrict health services for older people.
The truth is, government-run health insurance takes away citizens’ freedom. From our June issue.
U.S. policy toward our southern relative and neighbor is deeply flawed — and the small-minded right has been no more enlightened. Our June cover story.
After ten years of husbanding, a happy ending.
To Sen. Lamar Alexander, “taxpayer-owned” sounds better than “government-owned.”
You’ll be spending more money for less care.
Green interests have met their match in ethanol-growing farmers.
GM’s new honchos pride themselves on being clueless about their own products.
Vermont and the new democratic push for same-sex marriage. From our June issue.
Sloppy runs, hits, and errors in the modern Interleague era.
Political turmoil of a kind not seen since the Islamic Revolution of 1979.
Bush judicial nominee excoriated for all-male fishing club ex-membership: Senator silent on Sotomayor’s all-female power club.
He lived a double life under Nazi occupation — and loves what America did to liberate France.
The Kennedy health care bill is out of its mind and out of control.
There was a time when high school students were taught to love literature.
Liberal White Castles in the sky. From our June issue.
It helps to believe in hell if you’re going to make a movie in which it figures prominently.
Gratitude and regrets as Father’s Day nears.
Democrats run against the past at their risk.
Did HBO’s nude encounter between Churchill and FDR really happen?
The expensive comedy club at Turtle Bay celebrates Cuba and other human rights atrocities.
Even before anybody dreamed of the Tea Parties, a number of conservative grassroots organizations were mobilizing. From our June issue.
The after-effects of drunkenness aren’t what they used to be.
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?