I don't want my MTV

by Debbie Schlussel -- Twenty years ago, MTV was born with video broadcast of the Buggles' "Video Killed the Radio Star." Whether or not video killed radio, MTV's version certainly put American more…

Unaccountable Congress

by Joseph Farah -- WASHINGTON – In response to my tirade last week, "Unaccountable government," several readers e-mailed with some worthy suggestions. "Thank you for beginning the process of getting people to more…

Words don't hide homosexuality

by Jon Dougherty -- One of Massachusetts' largest Boy Scouts councils was trying to be too clever by half when it adopted a so-called "don't ask, don't tell" policy last month regarding more…

3 yards and a cloud of dust

by Bob Howard -- In football, Woody Hayes was well known as an advocate of the ground game that was called "three yards and a cloud of dust," and old Woody was more…

Jews and the Great Lie

by Fiamma Nirenstein -- There are a number of angles on the real story behind Arafat's refusal at Camp David, when Barak made all those offers for a peace settlement and the more…

Internet keeps undermining hierarchies

by Alan W. Bock -- Despite the dot-com meltdown, people continue to use the Internet, and the Internet is likely to continue its gradual (and sometimes rather sudden) process of undermining hierarchical structures more…

Grass-roots conservatives and Republican resolve

by David Limbaugh -- Probably the surest way to understand the depth of dissatisfaction among many conservatives with the Republican Party is to be a conservative columnist who often defends Republicans. You more…

Tincture of Greenspan

by Medicine Men -- Many medicines lose their potency and effectiveness after too many years on the shelf or table. Some pills, powders and capsules even become toxic. So it is with more…

Crystal-balling gold markets

by Doug Casey -- What's next for gold? Most surprising to me is the price of gold itself. I'm not a believer in conspiracy theories, so it's hard for me to credit more…

'Fixing' Social Security

by Larry Elder -- As Congress debates "fixing" the Ponzi scheme we call Social Security, consider a few things: Congress established Social Security with a little-known loophole, allowing states and municipalities to more…