Reparations and campus political correctness

by Larry Elder -- Reparations for slavery? To David Horowitz, the president of the Center for the Study of Popular Culture, the movement represents the Super Bowl of all shakedowns. He took more…

Slavery has not ended

by Joseph Farah -- While some misguided folks in the United States lobby for race-based government reparations for involuntary servitude that ended 136 years ago, by comparison there is hardly a whisper more…

Raped by 'The Sopranos'

by Jude Wanniski -- To: Lynne Cheney From: Jude Wanniski Re: The 'Soprano' rape scene I'd thought of you, Lynne, not long after my wife Patricia and I switched off our television more…

Saying no to globalism

by Joseph Farah -- There's hope, it seems, that the people of the world won't willingly march into global political and economic unions that afford them no accountability, recognize no inalienable rights more…

Congress hasn't the authority

by Walter Williams -- Last year, President Clinton signed legislation that orders states to change their statutes so that .08 is the blood/alcohol concentration (BAC) for arrest for drunk-driving. The BAC edict more…

While we were sleeping

by Hal Lindsey -- Taking a good, hard look around is something of a shock. There's a surreal look to the world, almost as if we had just emerged from an eight-year more…

Coked-up bullies in schools?

by Ruben Navarrette Jr. -- DALLAS -- Which is the more menacing threat to America's teen-agers -- a bully or a can of soda? State legislatures are rushing to rescue our youth from more…

Life for the mad cows?

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Now, as perhaps never before, vegetarianism seems preferable to participating in the great animal holocaust. Threats of massive killings -- or, as they call it, culling -- healthy more…

Hollywood parades its PC with Oscars

by Don Feder -- At the Academy Awards ceremony Sunday evening, Hollywood will once again honor its worldview. The old designations no longer suffice to convey what serious cinema is about today. more…

Riady's down; why isn't Clinton next?

by Jon Dougherty -- On Monday, Indonesian billionaire James Riady was found guilty of making illegal campaign contributions to Bill Clinton's 1992 campaign amounting to $1 million. As part of his punishment, more…