Showtime at Coretta Scott King's funeral

by Larry Elder -- The "funeral" of Coretta Scott King turned into an ugly, disrespectful political rally. Rev. Joseph Lowery, co-founder – along with Martin Luther King Jr. – of the Southern more…

Those @%# tax cuts!

by Larry Elder -- National Public Radio's Terry Gross recently interviewed economist Douglas Holtz-Eakin, the head of the Congressional Budget Office from 2003 to 2005. The job of the CBO – staffed more…

The (Blue) State Of The Union Address

by Larry Elder -- Editor's note: The following column is intended as satire.My fellow Americans, I am evil. I only care about rich people, and rich people only care about other rich more…

Iran: A ticking nuclear bomb

by Larry Elder -- Iranian President Mahmoud "the-Holocaust-is-a-myth" Ahmadinejad does not deny his intentions. He stated that Israel should be "wiped off the map." And "God willing, with the force of God more…

'Today' show's Lauer calls
Alito 'ultra-conservative'

by Larry Elder -- Question: Who called Judge Sam Alito, nominated to succeed retiring Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, an "ultra-conservative"? Was it an attack by the liberal Senate Judiciary Committee more…

Rose Bowl: The Vince and Chuck story

by Larry Elder -- "The blacker you are, the worse it is for you. If you're mixed, you've got a shot. If you cater to what white America wants you to do more…

Koppel & Brokaw:
Health care is a right

by Larry Elder -- Ted Koppel, who formerly hosted "Nightline," and Tom Brokaw, who formerly hosted the "NBC Nightly News," recently sat down with NBC's Tim Russert on "Meet the Press." (By more…

Democratic delusions

by Larry Elder -- Democrats believe the "insurgents" are winning in Iraq. The "idea that we're gonna win the war in Iraq is an idea which is just plain wrong," said Democratic more…

The 'redemption'
of Stanley 'Tookie' Williams

by Larry Elder -- Stanley "Tookie" Williams, convicted multiple murderer and co-founder of the notorious street gang the "Crips," died via lethal injection at 12:35 a.m. on Dec. 13, 2005, in San more…