Timothy McVeigh speaks

by Richard Grenier -- "I had never spoken to a cold-blooded murderer before so Timothy McVeigh was something new." He had murdered 168 people and injured more than 500 others and is more…

If you can't beat 'em, buy 'em

by Bob Howard -- I graduated from high school (barely) in 1969, and back in those days, I remember paying $.20 a gallon for gas. Now fast forward more than 30 years, more…

The Chinese gambit: Did Bush bungle?

by Alan Keyes -- Now that we have gotten past the first flush of emotions in the aftermath of the recent contretemps with China, we should be able to consider the episode more…

Stop Africa's slave trade, now!

by John N. Doggett -- Africa's dirty little secret isn't secret anymore. You see, although they abolished slavery in the Western Hemisphere more than a century ago, it still flourishes in Africa. The more…

Medicare's right to die?

by Medicine Men -- Cars are just too expensive for seniors, proclaimed the politician when he unveiled his new plan. The bill passed, and so the government collected money from every worker's more…

Powell: Albright in GOP clothing

by Debbie Schlussel -- Is Colin Powell Madeleine Albright in Republican clothing? As Secretary of State, he's acting more like her everyday. Minus the lipstick and ugly brooches. That should trouble anyone more…

Political correctness and Scouting

by Joseph Farah -- Steven Spielberg has announced he is leaving his post on the advisory board of the Boy Scouts of America because the organization actively and publicly participates in discrimination more…

Cincinnati: Any lessons here?

by Alan W. Bock -- A few things stand out in the wake of the riots, unrest and curfews in Cincinnati following the April 7 shooting of an unarmed young black man by more…

Kyoto resurrected?

by Henry Lamb -- Stand tall Mr. Bush; the big guns are booming -- and they are aimed at you! Jan Pronk, current chairman of the Kyoto Protocol negotiations, is in the more…