Mark Hyman Archives - The American Spectator | USA News and Politics
by | Jul 22, 2013

Thomas Becket was a man of great intellect, skill, and influence. In 1154, England’s King Henry II named him as his Chancellor, a post that was second in power only to that of the king. Becket became a close friend…

by | Nov 30, 2009

There is no shortage of conspiracy theories that elicit a chuckle or the rolling of eyeballs. “September 11th was an inside job.” “The war on Iraq was launched to enrich Halliburton.” “AIDS was created to annihilate the black community.” But…

by | Nov 25, 2009

When British regulators discovered bacterial contamination at a Liverpool pharmaceutical plant, the resulting shut-down order placed America’s flu vaccine supply in jeopardy. The incident occurred on October 5, 2004 and it affected nearly half of the approximate 100 million doses…

by | Nov 23, 2009

A North Dakota judge will hear arguments next month in a case of political correctness that has embroiled the state university for a number of years. In 2005, the National Collegiate Athletic Association announced a complete ban on hosting post-season…

by | Nov 20, 2009

Montana’s Conrad Burns tells a sad, but revealing story about government bureaucrats and their rules. Shortly after the Transportation Security Administration assumed control of airport security and Burns was still serving in Congress he was at Washington’s National Airport for…

by | Nov 11, 2009

The very next paragraph is going to make the nut jobs on the far left excitable beyond belief. I am not referring to all Democrats or even a majority of liberals. I am singling out the “they’ve-lost-all-touch-with-reality” crowd. This includes…

by | Oct 26, 2009

Much has been made by the political left of Richard Nixon’s infamous enemies list. The reality is most of those named were people who did not receive presidential Christmas cards or White House reception invitations. In contrast, Barack Obama has…

by | Oct 19, 2009

The recent arrests of several major investment managers such as R. Allen Stanford, Arthur Nadel, partners Paul Greenwood and Stephen Walsh, and the conviction and sentencing of Bernard Madoff have proved unsettling. In the Bernie Madoff scandal, even presumably astute…

by | Jun 26, 2009

Anyone familiar with the views of Barack Obama’s pastor of twenty years might wonder if Reverend Jeremiah Wright is the chief inspiration behind the president’s foreign policy. The president’s overseas forays – dubbed the “American Apology Tour” – have featured…

by | Jun 8, 2009

Just having the appearance of someone who might possibly vote for an opponent of Barack Obama could land them on the President’s enemies list where proxies do the dirty work. Political appointees in the Justice Department killed a six-month investigation…

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