Year: December 17, 2006

Dec 17,2006

Christmas killjoys

Christmas--and anything that smacks of the alleged superstition of Christianity--seems to be slowly but methodically being removed from the British public sphere (as it is in America).

Dec 17,2006

War on Christians

Christians ought not get too upset by un-Christian businesses or people. They do not interfere with our ability to live as Christians. We should be afraid of government restricting our...

Dec 11,2006

The strategic libertarian

Former colleague Brink Lindsey stirred up something of a tempest among libertarians last week with his article in The New Republic suggesting that libertarians might be better off leaving the...

Dec 11,2006

Pre-Columbian passion

If the murmured exclamations that precede it–a cast of hundreds of amateur actors; set in pre-Columbian Mexico; shot entirely in an obscure Mesoamerican dialect–didn’t tip you off about the scale...

Dec 04,2006

Corrupting mumble

Exhausted by the seemingly never ending political season, frustrated by Republican repudiation of the brand of conservatism that led to victory and a brief stint as the majority party, seeking...

Dec 04,2006

The sisterhood of the missing pants

If the laws of nature have anything to do with it, Britney Spears’s latest crotch baring antics should put the final nails in the coffin of her public career. But...