- September 24, 2001 | Feature
- Rudy Rules:
Filling in For Bush, Giuliani is Consoler-in-Chief
- October 22, 2001 | Feature
- Our Man in Islamabad
- August 13, 2001 | The National Interest
- George and the Giant
Could George Pataki's national aspirations be sacked by former football player Phil McConkey, who's now warming up for a run as the Conservative Party spoiler?
- October 1, 2001 | The National Interest
- Choosing Our Enemy
War with Afghanistan seems inevitable, but how far will the U.S. go in its campaign against terrorism? And which other governments are we willing to topple?
- September 17, 2001 | The National Interest
- Don't Mention It
With the tax cut squeezing his budget, how will W. sell voters on dipping into the Social Security surplus he swore he'd never touch? Maybe by changing the subject.
- June 25, 2001 | The National Interest
- Working-Class Hero
After a decade of unparalleled prosperity, it hasn't been very fashionable to care about the working poor. Tell that to Barbara Ehrenreich, our newest left-wing celebrity.
- April 30, 2001 | The National Interest
- Boy in the Bubble
In Washington, you're not cool unless you've got your own security detail. We all know wealth corrupts power, but does safety corrupt, too?
- January 21, 2002 | The National Interest
Republicans like to crank up the Washington-is-the-problem rhetoric for midterm elections. Remember the Contract With America? What'll they do now that government is the solution?
- May 28, 2001 | The National Interest
- Patriot Games
David Brock was the lead gun on The American Spectator's anti-Clinton hit squad -- that is, before he switched sides. Now he says Ted Olson, Bush's lawyer, was, too. Should we care?
- April 16, 2001 | The National Interest
- The Next Nader?
Ralph Nader tapped into an angry liberalism that has been sleeping throughout the boom. Who'll inherit the movement? Don't laugh -- John McCain.