June 27, 2006

The American Conservative's July 3, 2006 issue

The American Conservative semi-online:

July 3, 2006 Issue

Divided & Conquered
By Scott McConnell
A visit to Syria, Israel, and Palestine reveals the barriers—physical as well as political—to Mideast peace.

Nation Breaking
By Joe W. Guthrie
A soldier finds that training the Iraqi army is an unwinnable battle.

Border Bargaining
By W. James Antle III
As the House and Senate negotiate an immigration bill, will amnesty survive?

Bleeding-Heart Libertarian
By Steve Sailer
Can we aid the poor and shrink the welfare state? That’s Charles Murray’s $10,000 question.

Monumental Mistakes
By Peter Wood
Elaborate memorials are often less about honor than ostentation.

Unfinished Business
By Stewart Nusbaumer
A traffic accident ignites an anti-American powder keg in Kabul.

Losing Liberties Left and Right
By Doug Bandow and Michael D. Ostrolenk
Advocates of limited government should look to their left.

The Mild, Mild Midwest
By Steve Sailer
Garrison Keillor’s “A Prairie Home Companion” hits the silver screen.

A Tale of Two Tyrants
By Lee Congdon
June 1941: Hitler and Stalin
by John Lukacs

Getting the Left Into Fighting Shape

By Nicholas von Hoffman
The Good Fight: Why Liberals—and Only Liberals—Can Win the War on Terror and Make America Great Again by Peter Beinart

Outsider Intellectual
By Paul Gottfried
Richard Hofstadter: An Intellectual Biography by David S. Brown

Time for an “Agonizing Reappraisal”
By Patrick J. Buchanan
Across the "arc of crisis," U.S. foreign policy is in disarray.

Compensating With a Yacht
By Taki
When it comes to yachts, bigger isn’t always better.

Fourteen Days:
Haditha Crimes Go to the Top; With this Amendment, I Thee Patronize; Talking to Tehran

Deep Background: What’s Hebrew for Shut Up?; Qatar’s Emir Can’t Please Ahmadinejad

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

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