William Tucker | from the October 2010 issue
The world is going nuclear while we’re going nowhere.
In first New Hampshire speech, Bobby Jindal impresses.
Are entitlements the paper tiger of American politics?
A Democrat’s gaffe helps a Republican underdog.
Our tax dollars at work for a murderous and corrupt gang of thugs.
Rep. John Kline could upset the plans of school reformers of both parties.
When Pakistan ponders Afghanistan it thinks India.
Or why we should stop worrying and love ObamaCare.
It usually helps the Democrats in a campaign season. Not this year.
Frank Marshall Davis was a pro-Soviet mentor to young Barack.
There the Democrats go again, as their shrinks would say, projecting.
Islamist lawfare continues its steady march.
Ahnuld loves Charlie. And so does Bobby Kennedy Jr.
Sometimes a little doubt is a good thing.
Who are Democrats running against this year? It’s not the Republicans.
Voters tiring of the Massachusetts Democrat’s lectures.
What the numbers are telling us is that there has been no real recovery — and that there’s not going to be one under Obama.
House and Senate Republicans stand ready to investigate Obama campaign ties to foreign money.
A dubious prize is named for the president of Equatorial Guinea.
Another nonstarter so far as Messrs. Abbas and Obama are concerned.
Liberal Catholics and liberal liberals have a lot in common.
Article V of the Constitution is a not-so-secret weapon for opponents of ObamaCare and other federal outrages.
Florida in the home stretch.
And he’s not the only one who needs to promise to do just that.
Germany’s recent celebration of its “Day of German Unity” leads to thoughts about the meaning of our own federal tradition.
As our world becomes coarser.
A Marine leads a GOP insurgency in Massachusetts.
Biden arrives today as Catholic hospital controversy erupts: Pennsylvania Congressmen involved.
With Election Day fast approaching, it’s time to remind Republicans of the unused ammunition they have only three more weeks to expend.
Meet Tom Donilon, Obama’s new National Security Adviser.
So where are all the jobs going green was supposed to create?
Accelerated on-the-job-training has been devised for Kim Jong-il’s successor.
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?