Sam Kazman, Author at The American Spectator | USA News and Politics
Sam Kazman
by | Jun 17, 2015

In the days just before the March 4 Supreme Court hearing in King v. Burwell, I got a number of calls from total strangers who had read about the case and who wanted to be plaintiffs in it. I explained to…

by | Aug 12, 2008

When cocaine prices shot up last year, White House Drug Czar John Walters touted it as “the best evidence” that the War on Drugs was working. So when gas prices were shooting up this year, we ought to have heard…

by | Dec 21, 2007

A New Yorker cartoon from several years ago shows a vast, cubicle-filled office, with a manager explaining that the “dim fluorescent lighting is meant to emphasize the general absence of hope.” Fluorescents aren’t all that bad. In fact, they’ve steadily…

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