Joseph Sobran


George Will and the Contemporary Political Conversation


This article by the late Joseph Sobran ran as the cover story of  the October 1983 issue of The American Spectator. It came to mind when Mr. Will recently announced that he is leaving the Republican Party. In early July, George Will underwent a sudden role change: all at once he was the object, rather […]

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The Year in Review


It was another bad year for liberals, as what had once been called “the New Right” consolidated its domination of American politics. The new tone was perhaps best typified on May 2, when President Patrick Buchanan laid a wreath on the tomb of Senator Joseph McCarthy on the fiftieth anniversary of the once-despised Wisconsin senator’s […]

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