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Tucker Carlson

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?

July 30, 2001 | The National Interest
Interngate: The Sequel

Fed up with sexual scandal, Washington has abandoned Gary Condit. His predicament is vulgar. But does that make him a plausible suspect?

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.

June 4, 2001 | The National Interest
Party Pooper

The Republicans were having a great time until someone forgot to invite Jim Jeffords to the White House -- but is that really the reason he switched sides?

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?

May 14, 2001 | The National Interest
Medal of Horror

In a rare display of agreement, no one in Washington feels able to judge Bob Kerrey now that his war record is a matter of national debate. Are we the cowards?

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?

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.

April 2, 2001 | The National Interest
March of Dimes

Granny D.'s campaign-finance-reform campaign has the style of a Frank Capra movie. Does it have the substance of one, too?