The right not to be erotically enjoyed

by Barry Farber -- Sir Winston Churchill was pacing around his guest room in the White House during World War II totally nude. President Roosevelt entered the room in his wheelchair and, more…

'Going Dutch' a terrible mistake

by Barry Farber -- When Whittaker Chambers left the Communist Party and joined freedom's cause he said, "I am going from the winning side to the losing side." That's a neat way more…

Americans, un-wimp thyselves!

by Barry Farber -- Do you remember the origin of the handshake? It was to let the other guy know your hand didn't hold a weapon. You can thank the other guy more…

Downwardly mobile … with class

by Barry Farber -- Like most opinion-shapers, I don't always have my way. Real life doesn't feel obligated to echo my editorial guidance. It's not always easy to put the country where more…

Kim Jong-il's 'Theme Park For Hell'

by Barry Farber -- There are no experts on today's Korean situation; there are only varying degrees of ignorance. I think we'd both feel better if you looked up and re-read that more…

3 breathtaking failures of Obama regime

by Barry Farber -- The philosopher who looked around and announced, "So many women. So little time!" strikes me as playful and optimistic. I wish I were when I announce, "So many more…

Tea partiers in Congress will let us down

by Barry Farber -- The word "psychiatrist" has been defined as a Jewish doctor who can't stand the sight of blood. (Relax. Writer is Jewish. That makes it OK!) If I may more…

Wild pigs vs. American liberty

by Barry Farber -- A student at an American college, who still carried a Communist bullet in his back from the effort to free his homeland from Communism, startled his professor one more…

Need now: A de-liberalization campaign

by Barry Farber -- In the days when communism was crumbling and its beneficiaries were conspiring for a comeback, America's ambassador to Russia, Jack Matlock, was asked by a visiting American what more…

9 years and counting

by Barry Farber -- There was a major moment during World War I when the troops of both sides put their rifles down and rose up and met in no-man's-land with hugs more…