The March 23 issue of National Review.
"Conservatism" - In the Age of Barack Obama, conservatives can seem uncommonly keen to tell you what they are not.
"Still Deranged" - In December 2003, Dr. Charles Krauthammer diagnosed a new mental disorder, Bush Derange ment Syndrome (BDS).
"Save the Sequester" - The most unheralded achievement of the Republican Congress over the last four years has undoubtedly been the Budget Control Act of 2011 (BCA).
"Texas Has a Corruption Problem" - Texas is a fantastic place to do business: Taxes are low, the trial lawyers are on a short leash, regulation is light, and the state government is an energetic advocate of business growth.
"The Birth of Dada" - Zurich, that decorous Swiss city, is already preparing to celebrate next year the centenary of Dada.
"The Christie Hiatus" -Chris Christie grabbed the attention of political observer s when he defeated New Jersey incumbent governor Jon Corzine in 2009, vowing to fix a state that had been beset by almost continuous economic and fiscal woes for a decade.
"President Obama’s Civic Religion" - Seven years after Jeremiah Wright came to national fame as President Obama’s radical pastor, a man who declared “God damn America” from the pulpit, the president’s faith is still a matter of controversy.
"The Sage of The Pentagon" - Ashton Carter, Obama’s new secretary of defense, will face some tough decisions about how to protect America’s security abroad.