James Rosen

James Rosen is a White House and State Department correspondent for Fox News.

L. Patrick Gray in Black and White

 

This review appears in the June 2008 issue of The American Spectator. To subscribe to our monthly print edition, click here.

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Payback From the Right

 

This review by James Rosen appears in the April 2007 issue of The American Spectator. Click here to subscribe. Nixon and Mao: The Week That Changed the World by Margaret MacMillan (Random House, 432 pages, $27.95) DULLES ALWAYS USED TO SAY that he had to operate alone,” Henry Kissinger told President Nixon on June 13, […]

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Of iPods and Dirty Underwear

 

This article appears in the July/August 2006 issue of The American Spectator. To subscribe, click here. BEHOLD MY BELOVED iPod — constant companion! Battery-charged bulwark against bridge-and-tunnel boredom! Engraved on its silver gleaming backside with my e-mail address and the very necessary words REWARD IF RETURNED, I now find the mere act of walking without […]

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Willing Executioners

 

This review appeared in the November 2005 issue of The American Spectator. To subscribe, please click here. Hitler’s Police Battalions: Enforcing Racial War in the East by Edward B. Westermann (University Press of Kansas, 329 pages, $34.95) “Gentlemen, we are no murderers,” declared Hans Frank, Adolf Hitler’s handpicked governor-general of occupied Poland, in an address […]

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Covering Crawford

 

This article appears in the July/August issue of The American Spectator. To subscribe, please click here. SHAKING HANDS at the Christmas party for the White House press corps a few years back, President Bush smiled and asked a reporter: “You coming to Crawford with me for Christmas?” His head was cocked at an imploring angle, […]

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Security Clearance

 

This article appeared in the June issue of The American Spectator. To subscribe, please click here. Behold, on any downtown street corner in the nation’s capital — The Lanyard! Familiar to all who work in, or near, government buildings, the Lanyard is a metal or woven necklace that allows an individual to wear five or […]

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