Culture

America’s Descent into Marxism

America’s Descent into Marxism

It must be said, that like the breaking of a great dam, the American decent into...

Who’s Corrupt?

Who’s Corrupt?

In what may well be the most self-serving neocon column ever published in the New York...

Mr. President, Put Up That Wall!

The simple job of constructing a 2,000-mile border fence to protect U.S. citizens from an invasion of illegal aliens seems to overwhelm the once-proud nation that defeated two of the world’s most powerful enemies in World War II. In the next half century, America sent a man to the moon and returned him safely and developed the most powerful satellite communications system in the world with its accompanying Internet. Have Americans permitted the self-interests of its elected officials and self-serving politicians to lead the nation down a blind path to self-destruction?

Manhunt

McCain is even worse than you thought

McCain is even worse than you thought

Last week I got into a discussion with my older son and a neighbor (who is an economics...

Coming to Terms with Ron Paul’s Past

Coming to Terms with Ron Paul’s Past

James Kirchick’s putative exposé of Ron Paul – in which the reader is led to...

Responding to Justin

Responding to Justin

Since Justin showed me the courtesy of responding to my objections to his statements...

Andrew in America

Andrew in America

His original name was Battenberg, but his great uncle changed it to Mountbatten and his...

Obama Stumbles Upon Realism

Obama Stumbles Upon Realism

Given the rather grim prospects for antiwar voters this election, it is understandable...

Politics

Size Matters

Size Matters

The Beltway Right is still venting its collective spleen over Bill Kristol’s latest...

The Conventions

Idiocy on Parade

Idiocy on Parade

I grew up in the age of the party convention as “everything’s already been...

Rudy Giuliani—Chickenhawk!

Rudy Giuliani—Chickenhawk!

Asked by Rolling Stone what he thought of Benito Giuliani’s role as the...

High Life

The Good, the Bad, & the Ugly

The Good, the Bad, & the Ugly

NEW YORK—One felt the backlash against the BNP–BBC fiasco all the way to the Big...

Economy

The Nightmare Before Christmas

The Nightmare Before Christmas

Like many pragmatic economists I have always warned that rapid expansions of government...

History

An Amicus Brief for Neville

An Amicus Brief for Neville

On Sept. 30, 1938, 70 years ago, Neville Chamberlain visited Adolf Hitler’s apartment...

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