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Why did I, a religious conservative Millennial, love a British Prime Minister whose best work was done while I was still a little tyke running around my parent’s house in Scooby-Doo underwear? The simplest (and shortest) answer is this: She…

Jeremy Irons pulled a Claus von Bulow this week and reversed the way many folks think of the British-born, Academy Award-winning actor. Not well known for taking public stances on socio-political issues, Irons was on the set of Huff Post…

Even the casual Facebook and/or Twitter user has likely come across something akin to the following exchange in recent days: Proponent of traditional marriage — “I believe that marriage has a definition and that is one man, one woman. I don’t…

Earlier this month, Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. (D-IL) was indicted for “misappropriating” some $750,000 that was raised for his various political campaigns. And that yawn you just heard was the collective response of every voter in the Chicago-land area. A…

I recently interviewed former American Spectator intern Greg Gutfeld on the weekly podcast that I host for the American Enterprise Institute’s “Values & Capitalism” project. A mere handful of weeks later was asked if I wanted to start blogging at…

AMERICAN LIBERALISM, synonymous today with big government, the exact opposite of the liberalism of Edmund Burke and other British champions of individual liberty, arose essentially from the use of the state to alleviate the most severe economic inequalities in society….

by Conrad Black | Sep 15, 2009

Reagan’s Secret War: The Untold Story of His Fight to Save the World from Nuclear Disaster By Martin Anderson and Annelise Anderson (Crown, 464 pages, $32.50) THIS IS A VERY WORTHWHILE BOOK, whose title incites hopes for a vast plot…

(This review appeared in the February 2006 issue of The American Spectator. Please click here to subscribe.)

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