January 13, 2006

The American Conservative online and offline:

January 16, 2006 Issue

Syria In Their Sights
By Robert Dreyfuss
For the neoconservatives, one Middle Eastern war at a time may not be enough.

Declare Victory and Stay
By Scott McConnell
In his ongoing flight from the reality-based community, President Bush unveils yet another plan for victory in Iraq.

Painting the White House Red
By John Laughland
The torch of global revolution has passed from old-school Communists to neoconservative democracy-promoters.

Impolite Society
By Georgie Anne Geyer
Washington has become an uncivil society.

Out of Africa
By Theodore Dalrymple
A British doctor who once practiced in Rhodesia diagnoses Africa’s ills.

The Girl With the Gray Eyes
By Steve Sailer
Rob Marshall’s “Memoirs of a Geisha”

Like Tourists With Guns
By Christopher Preble
Imperial Grunts: The American Military on the Ground
by Robert Kaplan

The Shakespeare of Music
By R.J. Stove
Beethoven: The Universal Composer
by Edmund Morris

MacKinnon’s Textual Harrassment
By Ilana Mercer
Women’s Lives, Men’s Laws
by Catharine A. MacKinnon

Might the Arabs Have a Point?
By Patrick J. Buchanan
Karen Hughes has her work cut out.

Open Door Policy
By Kara Hopkins
Dressing up amnesty

Christmas Chronicling
By Taki
Thomas Fleming fights for the West.

Fourteen Days: The Business of War; The Christians Made Me Do It; Rumsfeld Minds His Language

Deep Background: Torture Didn’t End With Saddam; Europe’s Suicide Bombers; Cheney Holds Back

My published articles are archived at iSteve.com -- Steve Sailer

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