A TAC Preview

In case readers are wondering what’s coming up in the issue that went to press on Thursday (and which will begin reaching shops and subscribers in 10 days or so), it includes: John Derbyshire on foreign aid and Bush’s trip to Africa; Andrew Bacevich on the conservative case for Obama; Jeffrey Hart on Bill Buckley’s last message to conservatives; Michael Brendan Dougherty on both parties’ rust-belt double-talk; Bill Lind on how to solve the latest crisis brewing in the Balkans; Leon Hadar peers into the future and foresees trouble whichever party wins the White House; Eric Margolis on Iran’s looming Anschluss with Iraq; Patrick Buchanan on the U.S. arming Poland; Daniel Larison on Medvedev; Steve Sailer reviews “Miss Pettrigrew Lives for a Day”; I cover books by Donald Critchlow and Alfred Regnery; Stuart Reid takes on the latest from George Weigel; and Jim Pinkerton writes about Huck’s home-school army. There’s 14 Days and letters on top of all that. And there’s always the chance I’ve overlooked something, too.


2 thoughts on “A TAC Preview

  1. Peter March 16, 2008 / 6:20 pm

    The support that Huckabee got from homeschoolers was really quite incredible. I’m glad James Pinkerton is going to examine it in some detail.


  2. Daniel McCarthy March 17, 2008 / 12:45 am

    Thanks for your comment, Peter. By the way, you have a great blog.

    Pinkerton’s piece is quite short, since it’s just a column, but it gives a good sense of Huckabee’s homeschool support and also addresses California appeals court’s appalling recent ruling that parents do not have a right to homeschool their children. It’s a short but thought-provoking column.

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