TAS Staff | from the December 2012 - January 2013 issue
A conversation with one of the purged, Rep. Justin Amash.
It’s a real rock tune that’s probably never heard on 97.1 or 94.3 or 102.3 this time of year.
Is this how a liberal Episcopal church seeks to increase attendance and draw media attention?
Gallup bone-chillingly confirms what the party of government truly fancies.
What we will see in the next four years is the monarchical government of a president determined to rule without Congress.
Despite the Obama administration’s official line, al Qaeda remains in serious business.
Paula and David, surveilled at a Motel 6.
(Editor’s Note: Washington is buzzing with the rumor that President Obama will name former U.S. Sen. Chuck Hagel to his cabinet, perhaps as secretary of defense. It was 2005 when the name “Hagel” last fluttered ‘round town, amid speculation that the Nebraskan would run for the White House. Back then, he was the kind of Republican that only a Democrat could love. It seems that little has changed.)
Grover, Reagan, an angry GOP base, and a demand for Fiscal Cliff TV negotiations.
In a show of solidarity, Newark Mayor Cory Booker parades the Food Stamp Diet.
The strange case of the shoeless beneficiary of a policeman’s kindness.
Do Republicans have foreign policy proposals or political agendas?
Where in the world have tax increases made things better?
Part III of our annual list of holiday gift suggestions from distinguished readers and writers. Today: R.R. Reno, Andrew Roberts, Roger Scruton, Brad Thor, R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr., and David Weigel.
Why the GOP is losing the tax argument.
The fiscal cliff fiasco continues.
Presumably the Republicans’ next presidential candidate will have less in common with John Kerry.
The conservative comeback begins now — on the assumption that a majority of Americans will not welcome a second Great Depression.
Part II of our annual list of holiday gift suggestions from distinguished readers and writers. Today: Daniel McCarthy, Robert W. Merry, Charles Murray, and Douglas Murray.
Can we relearn how to think seriously about nuclear weapons?
The great James Bond, as fantastic as ever, and even more pointless.
Cut off from friends, as Republicans contemplate suicide.
Craig Shirley, Reagan biographer, businessman, author, ponders the state of the GOP.
Part one of our annual list of holiday gift suggestions from distinguished readers and writers. Today: Matthew Continetti, Artur Davis, Andrew Klavan, and Harvey Mansfield.
Why Scott Brown is better off running for Massachusetts governor.
The Establishment media’s sickness unto death.
We may be licking our wounds, but we still have our principles.
Religious freedom, persecution, and martyrdom in the age of Obama.
Obama is giving Republicans an offer they can refuse.
They all live in the bluest of states.
One hundred years of monetary disorder.
Kidnapping of foreign nationals is yet another of many crimes yet to be repudiated by the North Korean regime.
MSNBC’s tag teams of redistributionists.
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?