Ben Stein. Lindsey Graham. The Luxury of 1st World Global Warming, and more.
With Obama’s honeymoon now at an end, his goal to be a transformational liberal leader is in doubt.
We have been down the road to national health care before.
Not a question of if but when Israel will respond.
Give people their own money and get out of the way.
Preemption and the states, in light of the recent Supreme Court ruling in Wyeth v. Levine.
All quiet on the White House human rights front.
The one and only Continuinig Crisis — Bob Tyrrell’s monthly “ironic amalgamations,” as Bill Buckley called them — is now available in this new collection lovingly compiled and edited by Louis Hatchett.
Whether the GOP wants it or not.
She will not protect the Constitution — or even live up to Sen. Durbin’s standard.
What it’s really quacked up to be.
Did you see that frozen smile on Secretary of State Clinton’s face?
They’ve got a president they adore, but the green lobbies worry they’re not cashing in.
Relearning the forgotten lessons of 1993.
Mr. Obama’s energy policy is based upon a fraud. He should call it off.
Life is a bridge issue, not a wedge issue.
Republicans abolished federal income taxes for 60% of wage earners. It’s time they took political credit for doing so.
The senator breaks his promise not to stray from the conservative reform agenda.
The American people elected Barack Obama, but what they have gotten is a snootful of Nancy Pelosi.
Natalia Estemirova gave her life to expose government-sanctioned crimes in Chechnya.
Whatever Obama’s current problems, it is up to Republicans to face their own.
Which celebrities should we stop treating first; ObamaCare as celebrity survivor.
Arrogance combined with stupidity can be lethal.
A growing inability to compete in the “geography of ideas.”
J.K. Rowling is not a hack, and should not be treated like one.
Tyler Cowen on learning to consume information in the digital age.
Political healing in the Gates case. Michelle’s patient dumping. DDB sings Obama the Beautiful.
The profligate Obama government clamps down on business travel.
Sean Parnell was Palin’s right-hand man. Now he is the nation’s newest governor.
Woefully behind in the money chase, Marco Rubio has time and determination on his side in his Senate primary campaign against Florida Gov. Charlie Crist.
It will if freedom remains on the American agenda. From our July-August issue.
The more he puts it off, the more it comes back.
Restoring Cambridge to its rightful place.
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?