New American Conservative issue semi-online:
May 22, 2006 Issue
The Weakness of Empire
By Michael Vlahos
The power of an imperial state resides in the person of the emperor—and rises or falls with his political fortunes.
By Bill English
Duke’s lacrosse scandal gives leftist ideologues a field day.
Looking Out for Numero Uno
By George W. Grayson
Not all jobs south of the border pay poorly. Take a look at the politicians’ salaries.
It’s Not Just the Economy, Stupid
By W. James Antle III
The fundamental question in formulating immigration policy is not who gets jobs but what it means to be an American.
By Bill Kauffman
Daniel Patrick Moynihan voted with the liberals but provided talking points for conservatives.
By Uri Avnery
The U.S. uses Israel to dominate the Middle East, and Israel uses the U.S. to dominate the Palestinians.
Mr. Quaid Goes to Washington
By Steve Sailer
Hugh Grant and Dennis Quaid in “American Dreamz”
How Whitey Bulger Bought Boston
By William Norman Grigg
The Brothers Bulger: How They Terrorized and Corrupted Boston for a Quarter Century by Howie Carr
The High Cost of Low Prices
By Marian Kester Coombs
The Wal-Mart Effect: How the World’s Most Powerful Company Really Works—and How It’s Transforming the American Economy by Charles Fishman
It’s A Man’s Man’s World
By Clark Stooksbury
Manliness by Harvey C. Mansfield
Can We Win An Insurgents’ War?
By Patrick J. Buchanan
Defeating ourselves in Iraq
Guilty Until Proven PC
Not all Duke news is fit to print. Just ask the New York Times.
Fourteen Days: Howard Dean, Immigration Restrictionist?; Foreign Service Desperately Seeks Dissent; James Baker to the Rescue
Deep Background: Even TSA’s Director Is a Critic; Iran Comes First With Shi’ites; There She Goes, Miss Iraq