Under America’s two-tiered justice system, the crimes of elites go unpunished.
Marriage means divorce, alimony, and the division of property.
The Political Principles of Robert A. Taft, Russell Kirk and James McClellan, Transaction, 243 pages
A militarist suffering from acute narcissism and armed with the Bush Doctrine is not fit to be commander in chief.
A celebrated American bard, hailed by the critics as the bright shining …
The lobby argues that good Americans spy for Israel.
In a court of law, everyone is entitled to the presumption of …
What happened to the anthrax investigation?
The Democrats’ Athena only differs from Bush on the details.
Larry Franklin wanted to sway policy, not just spill intel.
The Woman and the Dynamo: Isabel Paterson and the Idea of America, Stephen Cox, Transaction Publishers, 418 pages
How incendiary was George W. Bush’s Second Inaugural?
Chain of Command: The Road From 9/11 to Abu Ghraib, Seymour Hersh, HarperCollins, 393 pages
The Nader for President rally was a raucous affair and Mission High …
Vidal’s irreverent, mournful history of the Founders, their Republic, and the empire it became.
Terrorism and Tyranny: Trampling Freedom, Justice, and Peace to Rid the World of Evil, James Bovard, Palgrave-Macmillan, 432 pages
While the marchers have gone mainstream, many difficult choices lie ahead.
The Old Right knew something about the temptations of Empire—and that “there is no security at the top of the world.”