The new issue of The American Conservative:
May 8, 2006 Issue
The Politics of Amnesty
By W. James Antle III
The Senate’s guest-worker legislation is dormant but not dead.
New Republican Majority?
By Steve Sailer
The future of the GOP lies not with the Hispanic vote but with overlooked middle-class Americans.
Big Brother Watches Britain
By Peter Hitchens
While our soldiers attempt to export freedom to the Arab World, it perishes in the birthplace of the Magna Carta.
Is It Civil War Yet?
By Robert Dreyfuss
Iraq has entered a new and perhaps irreversible stage of chaos—the emergence of a Shi’ite insurgency.
The Old College Try
By Peter Wood
What happens when an evangelical college moves into the Empire State Building
Why Trade Deficits Matter
By Robert Locke
Trading ourselves into poverty
By Neil Clark
Strange bedfellows or not, Left and Right find common ground against military adventurism.
Maid in the Shade
By Steve Sailer
Jennifer Aniston in “Friends With Money”
The Case for Peace
By Daniel McCarthy
Neo-conned! Just War Principles: A Condemnation of War in Iraq edited by D.L. O’Huallachain and J. Forrest Sharpe
By Marcus Epstein
Rednecks and Bluenecks: The Politics of Country Music by Chris Willman
How the West Won
By Gerald J. Russello
The Victory of Reason: How Christianity Led to Freedom, Capitalism, and Western Success by Rodney Stark
By Patrick J. Buchanan
Why Bush’s approval rating is 38 percent
Twilight in America
By Paul Craig Roberts
Case of the Missing Moon
Manliness is next to godliness.
Fourteen Days: Bush Takes Time to Read Sy Hersh; A General’s Regrets; Tom DeLay’s Legacy
Deep Background: Bush’s Iran Contras; Ghorbanifar is Back; Italy Keeps an Eye on Michael Ledeen