Articles by Ryan H. Sager

Good Bad Beautiful Ugly

Sport, it is often said, is a metaphor for life. In India, for the past couple of decades, sport has been synonymous with cricket. Even by its own standards, 2007 has been a very eventful year for Indian cricket,... Read More

Is There an Elephant in Here?

Editor's Note: A little over a year and a half ago, TCS Daily sent New York Post columnist Ryan Sager down to the 2005 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) to observe the state of the conservative movement in the wake... Read More

Dutch Treat

At last week's 33rd annual Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington, D.C., a clear frontrunner emerged for the 2008 Republican primary: Ronald Wilson Reagan. Everyone wants to be Reagan's heir, it seems. Absolutely no one wants to be George W.... Read More

Ten Years After the Shutdowns

The anniversary of the Gingrich Revolution last year brought on a spate of misty-eyed remembrances among conservatives, reflections on what was and what could have been when the Republican Party took over Congress 10 years ago. A year later, however,... Read More

First Amendment, Cap in Hand

"The well-government and regulating of Printers and Printing Presses is matter of Publique care and of great concernment especially considering that by the general licentiousnes of the late times many evil disposed persons have been encouraged to print and sell... Read More

Nomination Reparation

The Harriet Miers nomination is dead. Long live the Harriet Miers nomination. The political fallout from the Miers withdrawal will likely be minor. The Democrats will get a day of Snoopy-dancing, and conservatives will get a day of tearful... Read More

2006: A Race Odyssey

Rep. Tom Reynolds (R-N.Y.) doth protest too much. In a memo sent out to Republican congressmen earlier this month, Reynolds, chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee, tried to quell fears that the 2006 midterm elections will turn into a... Read More

Two Hurricanes and the Conservative Crisis

Two hurricanes, one literal and one figurative, came along and ripped the roof off of the conservative coalition's happy home. It was bound to happen sooner or later -- that cracks would start forming, that dissent would start seeping... Read More

Ahnold Schwarzen-Gay-Hater?

Opponents of same-sex marriage may claim it as a victory: Ahnold terminates gay marriage in California. Deep down, however, these folks know that this time it's not the Governator saying "I'll be back." It's the people who believe that gay... Read More

Iraq's Constitution of Liberty

"The world has never had a good definition of the word liberty, and the American people just now are much in want of one. We all declare for liberty; but in using the same word we do not all mean... Read More

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