Dishonesty over national security

by Jon Dougherty -- Here's a new twist in the debate over President Bush's national missile-defense plan -- Democrats have claimed that the Bush tax cut has "pre-empted" funding of the system. more…

De-federalize America's war on drugs

by Chuck Baldwin -- America's "war on drugs" did it again: it took the lives of innocent citizens. This time, it was a missionary's wife and child that were killed by a more…

Mainstreaming deviancy

by Debbie Schlussel -- Want a free boob job, courtesy of the U.S. government? As of Monday, if you work for the City of San Francisco, you're entitled to this bizarre perk. more…

Drug war's latest victims

by Joseph Farah -- WASHINGTON -- If you believe Secretary of State Colin Powell, the blame for the Peruvian air force shootdown of a plane carrying a Baptist missionary family lies with more…

The arsenic wars

by Larry Elder -- "Can I please have some more arsenic in my water, Mommy? More salmonella in my cheeseburger, please." So begins a Democratic National Committee commercial attacking George W. Bush's more…

Can you fire a naked baker?

by Ralph Reiland -- Pretend for a minute that it's 1960 and you're the manager of a grocery store. At 9:00 a.m., a cashier calls and says she won't be in because more…

Kerrey's ordeal

by Bill O'Reilly -- This Bob Kerrey situation is disturbing on a number of fronts. It has opened old Vietnam wounds and, at this point, is an unsolvable puzzle. Did Kerrey and more…

Another dangerous racket

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- Ain't government grand? Fifty years ago, it looted the American taxpayers to build a monstrous bombing contraption that is impossible to use in a way that doesn't harm more…

Dem opposition to missile defense is insane

by Jon Dougherty -- A commentary writer, opining on the very noticeable changes in leadership and management styles between President Bush and President Clinton, recently quipped, "What a difference 100 days makes." more…

W's unilateral disarmament plan

by J.R. Nyquist -- Would you enter into a solemn agreement with liars and gangsters? Perhaps you wouldn't, but your elected officials would. In fact, that is what the arms-control process has more…