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September 22, 2003 Issue

Indiana Jones & The Real World
By Patrick J. Buchanan

J. Lo & the B-Listers
By Taki


The Jihadi War
By Philip Giraldi
Al-Qaeda is scattered but no less powerful.

The Coming Crescent Revolution
By Richard Cummings
Bin Laden targets the tottering House of Saud.

War Before Last
By Srdja Trifkovic
The weak Karzai regime cedes ground to a resurgent Taliban.

Road from Damascus
By Anders Strindberg
Syria wanted to be an ally in the War on Terror—until Washington said no.

Going it Alone—and Failing
By Leon Hadar

“Europe is the Faith”
By Uwe Siemon-Netto
Europe and its Muslim migrants

The Movement That Lost its Mind
By W. Wesley McDonald
Russell Kirk’s classic turns 50.


Fourteen Days:
Recall & Revolution; Voting for Babies; Dancing in the Streets


Two Years into the War on Terror


How the West Was Run
By Steve Sailer
Kevin Costner goes West.

The Knock at the Door
By Matthew G. Alexander
Secret policing’s unsleeping eye

The Health of the State
By Justin Raimondo
War on terror or war on freedom?

The New Isolationism
By Derek Leebaert


© 2003 The American Conservative.