July - Aug 2012
Ben Stein's Diary
The Law & Economy Spectator
The Continuing Crisis
The Tax and Spend Spectator
Letter From Paris
With the Tea Partiers
The Pursuit of Knowledge
Murder Allegation Most Foul
The remarkable life and imprisonment of Stephen Nodine.
The Man Who Abjured His Native Victuals
Thomas Jefferson’s flirtation with French cuisine.
Fight The Fiat
Papering over U.S. debts and trade imbalances will take more
bills than we can print.
Speak Now, Or Forever Hold Your Peace
The gay marriage debate nears its conclusion.
Buy the Book
The Ultimate Self-Made Man
The mysterious, amazing Eric Hoffer, as captured for good by
AmSpec's own Tom Bethell.
The Moral Case Against Serfdom
Arthur Brooks makes the winning case for free enterprise.
Inflamed Literary Imaginations
Not everything memorable has found its way into David Talbot's
catchy San Francisco retrospective.
Bad, Bad Republicans
The Washington establishment knows who to blame for the problems
it refuses to address.