Bowing to the Emperor. The AMA responds. The borking of Lou Dobbs. Justice, Holder-style. Madoff’s jail. Animal rights. Plus more.
Where will pro-life Democrats like Sen. Ben Nelson stand?
The costs of doing business in Afghanistan.
Government rules and their enforcers give new meaning to the practice of identify theft.
The Mad Hatter’s approach to the war on terror.
Last night, The American Spectator’s hosted its annual Washington dinner. Here is the speech one of our longtime writers — who did speak at our 2008 dinner — meant to deliver this year.
We Tried Moussaoui and the 1993 bombers in Federal Court. What was different about them?
Government has been moving into people’s lives for a very long time — but never quite like this.
The more people learn about the Senate health care bill unveiled on Wednesday, the more they’ll oppose it.
In Asia, he plays pander bear and last emperor.
Sarah Palin is afforded none of the dispensations enjoyed by the gibberish-spouting Barack Obama.
Jerry Brown, currently California attorney general, and ACORN go way back.
Playing politics with taxpayer dolllars and workers’ benefits.
From the department of disjointed thoughts and topics — Obama administration division.
But only in the case of gay marriage.
The GOP health bill — which House Democrats rejected — would mean lower costs, more coverage, no taxes, and no deficits.
It can no longer be taken for granted. From our November issue.
Obamacare rationing is now in business — and not only on mammograms but also on screening for heart disease in women.
For Ms. Henny-Penny, the news couldn’t be worse.
Liberal journalists stalk the Wasilla werewolf.
Eric Hoffer had his number decades ago.
A report from the political battlefield, as currently construed.
The plotting grows ever more intense as “Europe” prepares to select its new president and foreign minister.
Two ex-roommates, two separate nuptials, in two different cities — all on the same day, which happened to be September 11.
New biography demythologizes Russian Revolution’s romantic hero.
The ugly exit of Gregory Craig and unprecedented rise of consigliere Robert Bauer.
Obama’s former employer is on the verge of declaring bankruptcy.
CNN ratings slide, brand damaged: Creators versus managers in PC media battle.
A disaster of Biblical proportions.
The Hispanic achievement gap can’t simply be closed by more universal Pre-K or less immigration.
An idea that should appeal to U.S. automakers and Democratic congressmen alike.
Whatever the official setting — Cuba, Obamaland, NARAL headquarters — cynicism is the only spoken currency.
Anita’s done. Political Correctness to the point of death. Road raging.
“The Tehran government has an outpost in Manhattan disguised as a nonprofit foundation. This organization has attempted to procure illegal technology and biological agents, and been linked to murder and terrorism. How has it escaped the Clinton embargo?” From our December 1995 issue.
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?