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…

Thank you, China!

by Tom Ambrose -- Dear Premier Jiang Zemin, I'm not sure what precise combination of random neural firings and brain flatulence has led to China's recent misadventure, but I wanted to take more…

Row, row, row your boat

by Gordon Prather -- As you sit alone, in a room darkened by rolling blackouts, you may find your thoughts turning to Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address. Specifically, to the part where Lincoln talks more…

Getting the policy right

by Henry Lamb -- No one is surprised that the Bush administration is recommending expanding the use of our own natural energy resources. Nor should anyone be surprised by the howls of more…

McCain-Feingold not for real?

by Lenora B. Fulani -- John McCain is a nice enough fellow. He wanted to be president. He thought he had an issue -- campaign-finance reform -- that he could win on. After 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…