Matt Labash, royalist.
Not that the first time was serious.
Matt Labash's Maryland exotica.
From the September 19, 2005 issue: The struggle to survive the disaster in New Orleans.
From the August 29, 2005 issue: With the Minutemen on the Mexican border.
From the June 20, 2005 issue: Can political consultants Dave "Mudcat" Saunders and Steve Jarding win rural voters back to the Democratic party?
From the April 25, 2005 issue: The worst professor in America meets his adoring public.
From the March 21, 2005 issue: The Great White Waste of Time.
From the January 31, 2005 issue: Critical Mass comes to the inauguration.
Matt Labash, intolerable bore.
From the December 6, 2004 issue: It never ends in Arkansas.
From the November 15, 2004 issue: Monitoring the U.S. elections with Bjørn, Galymzhan, the Kazakhs, and the Romanians.
From the November 1 / November 8, 2004 issue: On the making of celebrity get-out-the-vote documentaries.
From the October 18, 2004 issue: Reality TV comes to the Arab world.
Stephen Baldwin comes to New York, comes to play, and comes out about his true ministry.
The Hip-Hop Summit and the Nu America.
Rapping the Vote at the Hip-Hop Summit with Wyclef, Bone Crusher, and Reverend Run.
Matt Labash is a senior writer at The Weekly Standard. His collection Fly Fishing with Darth Vader: And Other Adventures with Evangelical Wrestlers, Political Hitmen, and Jewish Cowboys was published in 2010 by Simon and Schuster. He lives in Owings, Maryland, with his wife, his sons Luke and Dean, and his dog, Moses.