The bankrupt reparations movement

by Larry Elder -- The reparations for slavery movement got an airing on a recent "60 Minutes." America, argue several "black leaders," owes reparations to blacks for the enslavement and forced labor more…

Dynastic battle of the dwarves

by Doug Casey -- Adding to previous reflections about the recent election, it's true that there have been American political dynasties in the past, like the Adams and the Roosevelts. But, with more…

God's open door

by Craige McMillan -- It is a universal and perpetual failing of humanity that we attempt to make God over in our own image. Thus, in America, we do not have God more…

The fleecing of America

by Bill O'Reilly -- Now that the foolishness with the Chinese is over, at least for the moment, we can all turn our attention to another unfathomable controversy much closer to home. more…

Bastiat was right

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- Frederic Bastiat was a French economist, a passionate and articulate believer in free enterprise, who lived from 1801 to 1850. But his writings speak to us today, and more…

Heart and Sowell of economics

by Walter Williams -- Dr. Thomas Sowell has just released his latest treasure -- it's title is "Basic Economics." Reading through the book reminded me of a 30-plus-year-old conversation I had with more…

Sorry? For what?

by Joseph Farah -- Don't get me wrong. I'm delighted that 24 U.S. service people are apparently on their way home after being held hostage for a week in China. But I'm more…

No apologies from U.S.

by Jon Dougherty -- Already the Bush administration is under attack from hacks and flacks on the right and left about its allegedly poor handling of China's leaders during their detention of more…

Separating Constitution and state

by Thomas Jipping -- Real life can be a great teacher. The U.S. Supreme Court will soon decide a case that shows how far America has drifted from its constitutional and religious more…

Quiet diplomacy and testing an opponent

by J.R. Nyquist -- It was announced yesterday that our servicemen, held in China since April 1, are coming home. The instrument of their liberation, it seems, was "quiet diplomacy." We may more…