What Johnny learns at school

by Linda Bowles -- There was a time, let's call them the good old days, when parents could send their little children off to school with full confidence they would be in more…

Thwarting missile blackmail

by Frank J. Gaffney Jr. -- Saturday night's impressive intercept of a simulated ballistic missile warhead high over the Pacific Ocean may not mark the beginning of the end of the opposition to American more…

On our backs

by Barbara Curtis -- Feminism is a corpse and today's feminists are the pallbearers. Modern feminist leaders are not really friends of women, but friends of the men whose politics they share. more…

Banking on Beijing

by Hugh Hewitt -- Life got a lot more complicated for August Busch III, Jack Greenberg and Douglas Daft this past Friday. They are, respectively, the chairmen of Anheuser-Busch, McDonald's, and Coca-Cola. more…

Hypocrisy in Beijing bashing

by Jon Dougherty -- Last week, as expected, the International Olympic Committee chose China as the host city for the 2008 Summer Olympiad. Also as expected, several U.S. lawmakers and policymakers immediately more…

Answer Schulz's questions

by Joseph Farah -- NEW YORK – Today marks day 17 of a hunger strike by tax-activist Bob Schulz whose sole objective is to gain an audience with government officials who can more…

Bad sports in Beijing

by Joel Miller -- Since China finally finagled the Olympic games for 2008, the New Republic is again recommending the torch be thrust into a pile of dung. Echoing a similar call more…

The real Condit scandal

by Sean Hannity -- You know what bothers me about the Gary Condit scandal? Already there's a drumbeat to gloss over the adultery part of it. Sure, there are other much more more…