Overcorrecting for Enron

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON – Government already controls how I can invest my money, starting with the double taxation of my earnings – first on my income and then on the more…

If it ain't broke …

by Gary Aldrich -- I worked inside the huge federal government for 26 years. My agency enforced federal laws about corruption and abuse that are always a part of large bureaucracies. The more…

Baxter death looks a lot like Foster's

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The death of J. Cliff Baxter, the former vice chairman of Enron, looks a lot like that of former White House Deputy Counsel Vincent W. Foster, Jr. Foster's more…

Violence against the soul

by Alan Keyes -- A recent California law intended to address violence against homosexuals has led to a serious controversy bearing on the first principles of American life and liberty. The claimed more…

Non-existent budget surpluses

by Harry Browne -- President Bush has sent Congress a $2.12 trillion budget. It might appropriately be titled, "We're All Big Spenders Now." Of course, neither President Bush nor members of Congress more…

Paging Doctor Strangelove …

by Medicine Men -- Twenty years ago, America was diagnosed with "Nuclear Fear." Specifically, a small claque of left-leaning shrinks and psychologists decided that anxiety over nuclear war was responsible for everything more…

Smearing Bush's nominees

by Thomas Jipping -- Some smears are smearier than others, and the far-left has launched their smeariest so far against one of President Bush's best judicial nominees. The president nominated Miguel Estrada more…

Undoing a decade of deceit

by Henry Lamb -- Finally, it's beginning to unravel: "… there is no substantial scientific foundation … for changing the operation of the Klamath Project to maintain higher water levels …" The more…

Is the left fit to govern?

by Craige McMillan -- Have you noticed a double-standard when it comes to citizens dealing with their government? I'm thinking of farmers in the Klamath Basin in Oregon – and bureaucrats at more…