Special Report

Special Report

Bureaucratic Outbreak

By 12.17.03

Wonder why flu vaccines are running out? Blame the Centers for Disease Control and the absence of a capitalist dynamic.

Special Report

Eyes Wide Shut

By 12.16.03

There are none so blind as those who would not see the real Abdurahman Alamoudi. A special posting from the December 2003/January 2004 American Spectator.

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Never Trust Anyone Over Thirty

By 12.15.03

Sir Mick is no exception to the rule.

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Shut Up, They Explained

By 12.11.03

Congress, the president, and the courts team up to gag freedom of speech.

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Freedom Is in the Air (cough)

By 12.9.03

Washington, D.C., of all places, discovers its inner Ayn Rand to defeat a slide into Bloombergism.

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Dear Nadine …

By 12.8.03

Nadine Strossen's ACLU wants new members, which it won't attract so long as its first instinct is to side with the State against the underdog.

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Midland Ministers to the World

By 12.7.03

Just as it shaped his character, President Bush’s hometown is shaping events in far away Sudan. A Special Report from the December 2003/January 2004 issue of The American Spectator.

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Geneva Blues

By 12.4.03

As a ceremony blessed by Colin Powell revealed this week, if voters’ lives mean nothing why should their votes be treated with any less contempt? Or their children?

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Democracy’s ‘Friendly Critics’

By 12.3.03

Stepping back to consider what kind of democracy we've built not in Iraq -- but at home.

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Kenners Wake

By 12.2.03

The great literary critic Hugh Kenner, who died last week at age 80, began his career in a characteristically eccentric way.