Trading away human rights?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Lurking just beneath the surface of the contention that surrounded Beijing's hosting of the 2008 Olympic Games, is a belief that trade will inexorably promote democracy and political more…

Independence vs. isolationism

by David Limbaugh -- While President Bush is on another international trip, Democratic leaders are so busy undermining him that they don't realize it is they, not Bush, who are compromising the more…

America's ongoing reading problem

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- Boston, Hub of the Universe, as the city was proudly called in the remote past, is full of great physical activity: The Big Dig, the most costly public more…

Slow steps toward immigration sense?

by Alan W. Bock -- It looks as if we're in for another period of discussion on immigration. The "reforms" of 1986 provided a temporary Band-Aid that ameliorated some of the pressures that more…

The collapse of American journalism

by Jack Cashill -- The call came in from CNN a few hours before show time. I was not to appear on "The Point" with Greta Van Susteren to discuss TWA 800. more…

Traditional methods of raising kids work best

by Jon Dougherty -- Writing in Salon.com on Wednesday, Lawrence Diller, M.D., a 23-year practicing pediatrician, said that parents today want to rely too much on drugs and "self-help" psychobabble to control more…

Ashcroft on gun rights

by Joseph Farah -- WASHINGTON – The Bush administration Justice Department is deserving of some credit for reversing last week a 30-year-old position that there is no constitutional right for individuals to more…

Russia's alliance with China

by J.R. Nyquist -- When the Second World War began in September 1939, Hitler offered the following justification for his aggression: "Danzig is, was and always will be a German city." To more…

Parliament of whores

by Craige McMillan -- At first blush, it might seem that Congressman Gary Condit, D-Calif., has little to do with the debate on fetal stem cell research – unless perhaps it is more…