- April 26, 1999 | The National Interest
- Air Pressure
As the NATO bombing raids against Milosevic's forces continue, Americans of a certain age feel torn by memories of aggression in Vietnam -- and reticence in Bosnia.
- February 22, 1999 | The National Interest
- Q: What If . . .
. . . the Republicans had been driven by a Ronald Reagan pragmatism rather than sheer Clinton hate before the impeachment debacle? A: No impeachment. No debacle.
- June 28, 1999 | The National Interest
- Don't Be a Stranger
How are you going to keep Hillary down on the farm now that she's seen Elmira? The upstate city that's become a metaphor for the First Lady's foray into state politics.
- May 31, 1999 | The National Interest
- Politically Incorrect
Jesse Helms's favorite campaign strategist was the wizard behind Bibi Netanyahu's stunning loss to Ehud Barak (and probably the pandering commuter-tax repeal too).
- March 22, 1999 | The National Interest
- Not a Lott-a Shakin'
For all their talk of a big tent, most Republicans still don't get it about race -- as witness the Senate majority leader's disinclination to renounce white supremacists.
- January 17, 2000 | The National Interest
- The Roadrunners
Why are Liddy Dole, George Pataki, and Bill Richardson sending out 'veep, veep' vibes for a job FDR's No. 2 compared unfavorably to a bucket of warm spit?
- January 11, 1999 | The National Interest
- The Oliver Twist
If perjury is such an unforgivable sin, then how come so many Republicans treated Oliver North like a hero -- and tried to get him elected to the Senate -- after he lied to Congress?
- November 8, 1999 | The National Interest
- The Wrong Stuff
It isn't Clinton's personal politics that has bollixed up Al Gore's campaign; it's the Clintonian way with ideas -- seek consensus and attenuate any fresh notion to death.
- August 10, 1998 | The National Interest
- Squawking Points
News of Monica's and Bill's grand-jury testimony prompted familiar doomsaying from pundits fiercely oblivious to the fact that nobody, save perhaps Ken Starr, cares.
- October 18, 1999 | The National Interest
- Austin's Power
George W strode into town last week searching for the Republican center while the party's far right faltered. But can he stay the course so early in the game?