February 7, 2006

The American Conservative's February 13th Issue

The American Conservative's new issue is now semi-online:

February 13, 2006 Issue

Republic for Sale

By Doug Bandow
As long as government dispenses trillions in spoils, high-power lobbying is here to stay.

Eat, Drink, and Buy Merrily

By Bill Bonner
Celebrated Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan’s true legacy is one of debt and fiscal deceit. His successor aims to follow.

Americans First
By Steve Sailer
In devising immigration policy, the question should be: what’s best for the citizens we already have?

Lumpen Leisure
By James Howard Kunstler
Last days of the cheap-oil carnival

Reformers’ Roadblock
By W. James Antle III
The Senate gives amnesty another chance.

Land With No Plants
By Arthur Versluis
Globalism’s local toll

The Fire Next Time
By Wayne Madsen
Neocons set their sights on Tehran.

Basketball As It Wasn’t
By Steve Sailer
Jerry Bruckheimer’s “Glory Road”

The Devils We Knew
By Leon Hadar
Devil’s Game: How the United States Helped Unleash Fundamentalist Islam
by Robert Dreyfuss

One Nation, Divisible
By Peter J. Lynch
The Untied States of America: Polarization, Fracturing, and Our Future
by Juan Enriquez

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Counsels of a Liberal Ex-President
By Chip Pitts
Our Endangered Values: America’s Moral Crisis
by Jimmy Carter

TAC to Standard— Challenge Accepted
By Patrick J. Buchanan
The Weekly Standard
wants another war.

Beyond Sharon
By Leon Hadar
Sharon’s stroke reschedules the world.

A Night Out With the Kennedys
By Taki
Who is the Massachusetts Senator to judge Alito?

Fourteen Days: Trying Alito; A Trillion Here, A Trillion There; Where Have All the Cowboys Gone?

Deep Background: London Bomber’s Legitimate Money; Fish and Chips and Terror; Cornered Syria

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

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