Moral equivalency of the left

by Craige McMillan -- There's a nauseating scent choking the newsrooms of America, oozing out into the towns and villages from newspapers, radio and television. You can almost see waves of it more…

Rush from judgment

by Craige McMillan -- "Experience has taught me that it is wrong and cruel to suspend judgment, that nonjudgment is at best indifference to the suffering of others, at worst a disguised more…

Poor, white stupids

by Craige McMillan -- "Thus are the young condemned to live in an eternal present, a present that merely exists, without connection to a past that might explain it or to a more…

Upside down and inside out

by Craige McMillan -- "The aim of untold millions is to be free to do exactly as they choose and for someone else to pay when things go wrong." So begins the more…

Sex before 8 – or it's too late!

by Craige McMillan -- Sometimes what you don't say is as important as what you do say. In that vein, if you believe the media in America, then last year 92,700 men more…

The beginning of the end of the left

by Craige McMillan -- The recent high-profile unraveling of leftist icons, including historian Doris Kearns Goodwin for plagiarism in parlaying the past, Professor Michael Bellesiles for concocting fantasy firearms statistics about yesterday's more…

Enron and the decade of phoniness

by Craige McMillan -- If we were allowed just one word to describe the Enron debacle, what would yours be? Mine would be "phony." Phony profits, phony management, phony oversight, phony audits more…

Olympic gold

by Craige McMillan -- Why do you watch the Olympics? I'm not a sports fan – and I rarely watch television – but I do confess to watching the Olympics in Salt more…

'Bully' for you

by Craige McMillan -- There's a new groundswell of political "compassion" from the left: Bullying bills are flooding state legislatures. Proponents argue these will prevent schoolchildren being mean to one another, ostracizing more…

Is the left fit to govern?

by Craige McMillan -- Have you noticed a double-standard when it comes to citizens dealing with their government? I'm thinking of farmers in the Klamath Basin in Oregon – and bureaucrats at more…