Peanuts for our president. Plus much more.
The president, the mosque, and the people.
As he turns 90, Ray Bradbury doesn’t care what the critics — or the liberals — think.
Shame on the California Academy of Sciences for abusing school children.
A reply to Professor John Keown on whether the American Revolution was a just war.
Drug trafficking is illegal immigration’s Siamese twin, PC sensibilities notwithstanding.
Unfortunately, no one understands it better than Thomas Sowell.
Obama’s religious boosterism gets him into another mess.
It is becoming apparent for all to see.
Tuesday’s primary confirmed that this senator mom in tennis shoes is no re-election shoo-in this year.
Today we finally stopped paying for government. Soon we’ll be paying for it into December.
Obama’s Romeo policies threaten Israel’s security and much else.
Republicans are not supposed to be warming to opposition to global warming.
Democrats and teachers unions are starting to love each less and less.
So misshapen is this new law — starting with its death-panel gutting of Medicare — it can only be regarded as the beginning, not the end, of the battle to reform health care policy in the U.S.
One way or another, Obama’s greatest admirer in the world is determined to come to Washington, the better to serve and photo-op with him.
If not for Justice Scalia, Rod Blagojevich would not have been convicted even on one count.
Georgetown’s Rose F. Kennedy Professor of Christian Ethics defends his argument that the American War of Indpendence was not a just war.
So much for his “first-class temperament.”
How the Delaware Republican moderate could still prove useful to Democratic cap-and-trade schemers.
America has lost its greatest wordsmith.
Mosque issue and Teddy Roosevelt. A Pope statue for Christopher Street.
There’s no reason to compare his situation to Reagan’s c. 1982.
Remember those stories about Nero playing the fiddle while Rome burned?
John Allen’s reporting on the Catholic Church is of the highest order.
PGA grinches’ penalty stinks, stank, stunk.
California GOP candidates hope to spark some Hollywood magic.
Like Mrs. Obama, it’s very fashionable.
Our incredibly shrinking president is reduced to playing supplicant to his Iranian counterpart.
Our gun-owning Diarist loads up in our Summer issue.
The more the merrier — and he needs lots more.
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?