The American Spectator was without a doubt the most entertaining conservative publication of the 90s. It had a great run, and I'm sorry to see the end of an era.
I'm sure the growth of conservative Internet news sites like Drudge, WorldNetDaily and FreeRepublic contributed to its demise.
By the way, it was great to have the chance to meet you in Ft. Lauderdale.
Luis: Thanks for the flag. But how were you able to post an article of this length all in one piece? I guess the new forum software has changed?
I also found it curious that apparently you flagged me in post #49, although my screen name doesn't appear in the header of that post. IOW, if I use a CNTL-f function in my browser to find my screen name within this thread, it comes up "not found".
What could have been a total nightmare--eight year reign of terror/tyranny--the liberal coup d et flap---turned out to be a lot fun--thrills--sorrows--joys--bump/crashes on the infoage rideway--shoot out. The best was Rush...especially the television show and his newsletter.
Long live the FR!!