Lyndon Johnson Archives | The American Spectator

by | Jun 4, 2020

Yes. Gen. James Mattis served his country well and with honor. He is, without doubt, an American patriot. But that…

by | Jan 8, 2020

Great Society: A New History by Amity Shlaes (Harper, 511 pages, $32.50) Amity Shlaes’ new book, Great Society, reminds us…

by | Dec 11, 2019

Many argue over the existence of a “deep state” composed of appointed and career federal employees who violate their oaths…

by | Dec 8, 2019

Many Americans remain nonplussed over revelations in the House Intelligence Committee’s Impeachment Inquiry Report that its chairman, Adam Schiff, not…

by | Nov 24, 2019

An earlier essay on today’s dueling accusations of government-sponsored opposition research described past examples of the practice, including how members of…

by | Nov 7, 2019

Liberals bellyache over what they call “whataboutism.” It’s a handy tactic they’ve embraced to counter conservatives who remind them of…

by | Apr 14, 2019

Father Wilson D. (“Bill”) Miscamble has authored a 400-page biography, American Priest: The Ambitious Life And Conflicted Legacy of Notre…

by | Feb 25, 2019

Roger Stone is in the news again, for posting a picture of the Federal judge poised to hear his case,…

by | Jun 8, 2018

I know it is not a pleasant topic but let’s take just a moment and think about poverty in this…

by | Nov 8, 2016

In a recent column with the title, “The Banality of Change,” David Brooks makes the argument for Hillary Clinton as…

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