Anti-Ron Paul Spam Hits the Internet

Anti-Ron Paul Spam Hits the Internet

The first phase of the smear campaign against Ron Paul was all about “spamming”—sending...

The Lobby Strikes Back

The Lobby Strikes Back

The reviews of The Israel Lobby and US Foreign Policy are coming in, and—yes, I know...

Introducing the Hugo Chavez Award

Introducing the Hugo Chavez Award

In light of the demonstrated ability of Hugo Chavez and his “Bolivarian” compadres to...

A Worthwhile Book

A Worthwhile Book

The newest book by Robert J. Stove, who has written for this website, A Student’s...

One Cheer for Hil

One Cheer for Hil

  News pundits have been exploring the political battle now raging between Hillary and...

Iowa GOP Debate: “From Jane Fonda to Dr. Strangelove”

Iowa GOP Debate: “From Jane Fonda to Dr. Strangelove”

Stephanopulous asks “What will you restore to the office of the President of the United...

Marching Through Georgia

Marching Through Georgia

As the President of “pro-Western” Georgia shuts down the non-governmental media, jails...

National Bankruptcy

Back in the U.S.S.A.

Back in the U.S.S.A.

Harry Browne, the former Libertarian Party candidate for president, used to say: “the...

Kosovo, Russia, and the Last Grasps of American Unipolarity

Kosovo, Russia, and the Last Grasps of American Unipolarity

Kosovo is the latest irritant in what was already a deteriorating U.S.-Russia relationship. Disagreements over energy policy, Iran, a U.S. missile-defense system in central Europe, a further round of NATO expansion, as well as Russia’s own domestic political and economic evolution have all contributed to a growing chill in the air. Although few in Washington recognize it, the Kosovo affair might also represent the twilight of the U.S. worldview of the 1990s—the so-called "unipolar moment." Dealing with its aftermath, especially in the U.S.-Russia relationship, will test whether American politicians and policymakers are prepared to adapt to the realities of a much more multipolar 21st century. So far, the jury is out.

Is ‘Change’ A Threat to Israel?

Is ‘Change’ A Threat to Israel?

The boundless arrogance of the Lobby is a sight to see, but we don’t really get to view...

The Hagelian Dialectic

The Hagelian Dialectic

The Democrats were pretty cautious in their handling of General Petraeus during the...

The Huckabee Horror Continues

The Huckabee Horror Continues

I’m looking at the Huckster saying that people who are wealthy and those who just...

Giuliani: The Next “Decider”

Giuliani: The Next “Decider”

OK sports fans. This is it. Everyone one of you can now be president.  All you have to...

Department of Incurable Diseases

Department of Incurable Diseases

From the publisher’s blurb on Amazon.com for the new book by Jacob Heillbrun, They Knew...

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