The new issue of The American Conservative went to press last Thursday and will be winging its way to subscribers and bookstores over the course of the next week or so. In the 4/21 issue, you’ll find an analysis of China’s Olympic ambitions by Luke Coppen; coverage by Scott McConnell and Michael Brendan Dougherty of Obama’s Pennsylvania politicking; Senate testimony by Andrew Bacevich; my essay on the next phase of the Ron Paul Revolution; Ivo Mosley on democracy and other cliches; reviews by Rod Dreher, Tom Piatak, and Septimus Waugh; Kara Hopkins on “Stop-Loss”; a whole lot more. Some of these pieces will make it onto the web eventually, but the one sure way to make sure you get every iota of TAC delight is by subscribing today.

TAC 4/21