Rock and Roll Is (Mostly) Noise Pollution
And now book publishing is choking on it, as rock enters its
Duped at Foggy Bottom
John Kerry reporting for duty.
Legal Feeding Frenzy
U.S. court rules invite harassment and extortion. Here’s
one way to fix them. Our March cover story.
Lead Us Not Into Temptation
Surrendering on "social issues" won't save the Republican
The Great American Saloon Series
The Bootblack Stand
Of Steroids and Semiautomatics
Dr. George Washington Plunkitt, our prize-winning political
analyst, has recently retired from a staff position with the House
Ethics Committee and is working on volume two of his memoirs,
tentatively titled Derision Points. But he has
graciously consented to once again advise American statesmen in
these times of trouble.
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An Enduring Partnership
Jeffrey Frank brings a novelist's touch to this sympathetic
account of one of America's oddest political couples.
Understanding the Forest, One Tree at a Time
Aram Bakshian, Jr. reviews an early masterpiece by the Turkish
Not a Dark Age, Just 50 Shades of Gray
Oil prices will only continue to rise, says Canadian economist
Jeff Rubin. What happens when we hit the gas ceiling?
The Church of Somewhere
Sympathetic unbeliever John Derbyshire visits Dover Beach with