Even 'death taxes' die hard

by Jon Dougherty -- It used to be that only two things in life were certain: death and taxes. Well, OK, that's still true. But as long as there is such a more…

Vegas made safe for molesters

by Joseph Farah -- Thank goodness I'm not the only one to be appalled at the Clark County, Nev., district attorney's office for deciding not to prosecute a Las Vegas policeman for more…

The Arkansas Shadow strikes again

by Barbara Simpson -- We're hog-tied and it's all Bill Clinton's fault. Oh I know, he's out of office; how can it be his fault? I can hear the critics saying "there more…

Snooping for fun and profit

by Geoff Metcalf -- "There is no nation on earth powerful enough to accomplish our overthrow," Daniel Webster once observed. "Our destruction, should it ever come at all, will be from another more…

Water on the flame

by Jerry Falwell -- "The limitations on free speech in the McCain-Feingold bill are antithetical to any reasonable notion of political freedom and, further, they make a mockery of our time-honored tradition more…

Cold War caper in Central America

by Cynthia Grenier -- The Cold War may be more than a decade behind us, but for author John le Carre the war's still on. Except for him, the real enemy is more…

We need babies?

by Richard Grenier -- The March-April issue of the scholarly journal Foreign Policy unusually has a photograph of a baby playing in the grass on its cover. "Wanted More Babies" cries the more…

Healthy reforms for public schools

by Ruben Navarrette Jr. -- Several years ago, near the end of a casual conversation about what ails the American educational system, a school superintendent let his guard down and gave me the more…

The fix is in?

by Alan Keyes -- Bush administration pressure on conservatives to accept the nomination of Massachusetts Governor Paul Cellucci to serve as our ambassador to Canada is a perfect example of the great more…

Non-smoking gun unravels cover-up

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Craig Brinkley, a 33-year-old apprentice machinist in Sterling Heights, Mich., has found compelling evidence of a cover-up that should force the reopening of the investigation of the death more…