Privacy on trial

by Craige McMillan -- Federal judges, it seems, have only recently discovered the severe loss of privacy in the American workplace. Writing in the Wall Street Journal, Alex Kozinski, a judge on more…

Mideast news and propaganda

by Joseph Farah -- I don't like to write about "media bias." As someone who has worked in the media his entire adult life, I prefer to do my job to the more…

Obstructing justice

by Thomas Jipping -- Senate Democrats resumed their judicial nomination-obstruction campaign on their first day back from the August recess. Senator Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., chaired another in his series of hearings designed more…

Safety at all costs?

by Walter Williams -- There's the old admonition: It's better to be safe than sorry. The fact of life is that one can be both safe and sorry – that's if we more…

The U.N.'s Wansee Conference

by Hal Lindsey -- The United States and Israel pulled out of the Durban Conference on Racism over the weekend, primarily because it had degenerated into a conference of racists. I've been more…

Don Wan and the toxic distractions

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Every summer seems to have its media madness. This summer, we are so obsessed with Gary Condit's pinched, pale, wan, wax-museum puss plastered across our front pages and more…

Uncontrollable borders

by Daniel Pipes -- Something unprecedented and possibly highly significant happened last week in Australia, when the government resorted to military force to keep out 434 would-be refugees, nearly all of them more…

Defining respect

by Ruben Navarrette Jr. -- President Bush is welcoming his amigo Mexican President Vicente Fox to the White House with the greeting: "Mi casa blanca es su casa blanca." And indeed, Fox is more…

The immigration scam

by Harry Browne -- President Bush has re-aroused the long-simmering arguments about immigration with a proposal to grant amnesty to some illegal immigrants. Arguments about immigration will always be with us. But more…

Bush administration shows backbone

by David Limbaugh -- Kudos to the Bush administration and Secretary of State Colin Powell for taking a principled and courageous stand in withdrawing from the United Nations World Conference Against Racism. more…