Newly up on the front page — TAC literary editor Freddy Gray takes a cold-eyed looked at Conservative Party leader David Cameron, a man touted by some on the American Right as a model for bringing conservatism back into the mainstream. Not so fast, says Freddy…

Also on-line — “Counter Intelligence,” Philip Giraldi’s essay on the travails of a Central Intelligence Agency that has come to serve the interests of contractors and politicians better than those of the nation.

Look for the Feb. 23 TAC, featuring these articles and many more (including John Derbyshire on what talk radio has done to the Right), in stores soon. Or subscribe now and get instant access to the full issue in PDF form.