Max Brindle

Max Brindle is an NJC intern at The American Spectator. 

The Day Ahead: Friday, August 6, 2010

 

Today on the Main Site: A Losing Proposition by W. James Antle, III: Contrary to the decision overturning Proposition 8, all Americans have standing in the marriage debate. Obama Cripples Ford’s Funding, Then Subsidizes It by John Berlau & Andrew Kwiatkowski: Ronald Reagan had Obama figured out years ago. A Coup for the FCC by […]

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The Day Ahead: Thursday, August 5, 2010

 

Today on the Main Site: The Hall of Sports Transcendence by Quin Hillyer: Great moments in memory’s eye. No Mosque by R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr.: This is one the Ruling Class can’t win. Simply a Statist by Matt Purple: Figuring out Barack Obama’s place on the political spectrum. Don’t Be Scared of Godwin’s So-Called Law […]

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At NCSC, Conservative Leaders Predict Approaching “Crossroads” in American History

 

At the 32nd Annual National Conservative Student Conference in northwest Washington D.C., former Republican House Speaker Newt Gingrich took the podium to address an enthusiastic crowd of young right-wingers from all geographic locations and strains of conservatism. Gingrich, echoing fellow conference speakers like Bay Buchanan and Rep. Cathy McMorris Rogers (R-WA), emphasized the “fundamental” nature […]

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The Day Ahead: Wednesday, August 4, 2010

 

Today on the Main Site: Missouri Says “No” to ObamaCare by Philip Klein: Citizens in the Show Me State overwhelmingly passed a ballot measure against the national health care law’s individual mandate. The Cordoba House Delusion by John Tabin: It is not the business of government to block its construction, but the story is hardly […]

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The Day Ahead: Tuesday, August 3, 2010

 

Today on the Main Site: Presidential Self-Adulation Hits New High by Andrew B. Wilson: Is there an antidote to such nonsense? Meet New Jersey Governor Chris Christie. Obama’s Abortion Imperialism by Daniel Allott: Tomorrow Kenyans vote on a constitution sponsored in part by Planned Parenthood. Mau-Mauing the Free Press by Daniel Oliver: Par for the […]

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The Day Ahead: Monday, August 2, 2010

 

Today on the Main Site: Obama’s Immigration Power Play by W. James Antle, III: What the amnesty memos and the Arizona lawsuit reveal about this administration’s views of immigration enforcement — and the will of the people. The Case Against Howard Zinn by Robert Stacy McCain: FBI files show Stalinist past of the “people’s history” […]

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The Day Ahead: Friday, July 30, 2010

 

Today on the Main Site: Have the Republicans Learned Their Lesson? And do they deserve to win big this November? And if they do win, do they know what to do? Can they ever be trusted again? A pre-election symposium, from our Summer Issue. Contributors include Fred Barnes, David Boaz, Jim Geraghty, Jim DeMint, Grover […]

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The Day Ahead: Thursday, July 29, 2010

 

Today on the Main Site: The Cure for Political Dejection by Quin Hillyer: The worst of times don’t have to last. Swift Tax Dodgers by Andrew Cline: John Kerry’s not alone in dodging Massachusetts taxes. Bring Back the Duel by Christopher Orlet: Because drive-by shootings ain’t what they used to be. Cameron’s Flotilla Folly by […]

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The Day Ahead: Wednesday, July 28, 2010

 

Today on the Main Site: The Timeless Principles of American Prosperity by Peter Ferrara: This should be the central argument and theme for this fall’s elections. The Democrats’ Redistricting Nightmare by David N. Bass: The most far-reaching effect of the 2010 midterm elections will be felt at the state level. Employment School by RiShawn Biddle: […]

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The Day Ahead: Tuesday, July 27, 2010

 

Today on the Main Site: Justice Unattainable by Paul Chesser: A lenient sentence in Cambodia. Aunt Pittypat’s Democrats by Jed Babbin: But are they any sorrier than the leaderless GOP? Charging the Castle by Robert Stacy McCain: Christine O’Donnell vs. the GOP Establishment in Delaware. Joblessness and Recovery by Ben Stein: These continue to be […]

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