Yogi Love | from the December 2012 - January 2013 issue
Iraq combat vets pay tribute to the heroes of “the forgotten war.”
Postcards from a family holiday get-away to half-way around the world.
Dragnet’s Jack Webb died thirty years ago, and a lot of America has been dead ever since.
Advocates of genuine fairness would have it no other way.
Now the U.S. and NATO are being blamed for not dragging the country out of the 19th century.
Beware of Mark Zuckerberg bearing gifts.
The new FDR movie Hyde Park on Hudson is a travesty and total lie.
(Editor’s Note: The death of judge Robert Bork has sparked an outpouring of admiration on the right. “A more decent man it would be hard to find,” writes our own Jeffery Lord. The crew over at National Review adds the adjectives “wise” and “humane” and “stoic.” He was a man with “teriffic comic timing!” Those characteristics and more would have made him a superb Supreme Court justice. Would that we lived in “Robert Bork’s America.”)
The debacle of this president’s administration is both a cause and a symptom of the decline of American values. Unless Congress impeaches him, that decline will go on unchecked. An eminent jurist surveys the damage and assesses the chances for the recovery of our culture.
These politicians are cooking the books.
Reagan’s Supreme Court nominee: The Constitution and the savage attack that made his name a verb.
Why hasn’t she been hospitalized?
Must we continue to set the bar too low?
The election of its first woman president could mean some new “sunshine” for North Korea.
Reflections on a senator and the Second Amendment.
As the Obama-Boehner negotiations run amok, the president has the temerity to instruct the NHL to resolve its standoff.
It is time to put liberal posturing aside.
Compare your kids’ school to the rest of the country — or world — with an updated tool from the Bush Institute.
Who says sports are an escape from the real world?
Mass shootings on rise since Roe v. Wade: Planned Parenthood as the NRA of Abortion? By Jeffrey Lord
Searching for answers after Newtown and finding little.
Last night’s introduction to the first annual NEC Herbert Stein Memorial Lecture.
The U.S. withdrew one year ago today — if anyone in Iraq cares to notice.
Musings on hope, love, and Grace.
What rough beast is being born in France?
“Giving something back” is Obama-speak for shaking down those who already pay twice their fair share.
Are there ways to defend the defenseless?
A massacre that has turned the world upside down.
Sandy Hook’s lesson: Mourn with those who mourn.
Kathleen Sebelius is the most corrupt and arrogant HHS secretary in history.
Dixon, Illinois is Reagan’s America. Chicago, Illinois is not.
These never fail to display annoying, intended consequences