Andrew Jackson: Tea Party President
For starters, he was principled, fearless, and astute. And
Washington, D.C., never trusted him, because he knew the real
source of America's greatness.
San Francisco, back when it was beautiful and not the world
capital of political correctness, didn't have to go out of its way
to attract attention.
In a parliamentary system, we would easily solve our debt
The Answer Is a Balanced Budget Amendment
The question is how to solve our problem of unsustainable
Betting on Rick Perry
He's a winner in a Republican year, with no need in the world to
win liberal approval.
Letter From Paris
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Master Diplomat and Statesman
In Henry Kissinger, Richard Nixon found his foreign
The Life and Times of a Well-Spoken Speaker
Thomas Reed was a great and honorable House speaker -- and he
killed the filiibuster.
Return to Lepanto
An "agnostic Protestant" may not necessarily be the best choice
to write a history of the papacy.
Jacqueline Kennedy's delicious tapes reveal her as rather snobby
and snide -- though maybe that was Arthur Schlesinger egging her