July 24, 2006

Latest American Conservative issue online

July 31, 2006 Issue of The American Conservative (including my cover story, which many of you readers helped out with):

What’s Wrong With the Democrats?
By Steve Sailer
They’ve left middle America behind and can’t pander to one minority without alienating another.

New Deals & Old Answers
By James P. Pinkerton
Can the Democrats recover the ideological energy of William Jennings Bryan or FDR? Not on their current course.

Our Dangerous Times
By James Bovard
In accusing the NYT of treason, the Right displays greater loyalty to the president than to their old principles.

Attention Wal-Mart Shoppers
By Sen. Byron L. Dorgan
Low prices come at a high economic cost.

Borrowed Empire
By Paul Craig Roberts
Don’t worry about what currency oil is denominated in—worry about the deficit.

Afghanistan on the Edge
By Stewart Nusbaumer
Why we’re losing hearts and minds in Afghanistan

Mother Russia No More
By Pavel Kohout
State subsidies won’t reverse Russia’s demographic decline.

Hell on Heels
By Steve Sailer
Meryl Streep in “The Devil Wears Prada”

Acoustic Feedback
By R.J. Stove
Performing Music in the Age of Recording
by Robert Philip

Absent at the Creation
By James Bowman
The Creators: From Chaucer and Dürer to Picasso and Disney by Paul Johnson

Disappearing Democrats

By Bill Kauffman
Where Did the Party Go? William Jennings Bryan, Hubert Humphrey, and the Jeffersonian Legacy by Jeff Taylor

Kim Jong Il’s Independence Day
By Patrick J. Buchanan

National(ist) Pastime
By Taki
World Cup, National Sport

Fourteen Days: Court Reins in Bush Gitmo Tribunals; A Pat on the Head for Social Conservatives; The Devil Defeats Immigration Reform

Deep Background:
Terrorists Scoop Times on Financial Surveillance; TSA Is Making a List—and Not Checking It Twice

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

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