America: Mexico's ATM machine

by Ruben Navarrette Jr. -- DALLAS – In debating illegal immigration, I always seem to be out of sync. What troubles other Americans, I accept; and what worries me doesn't bother them at more…

Race summit in Durban

by Walter Williams -- The United Nations will open its "World Conference Against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance" (let's call it WCAR) on Aug. 31 in Durban, South Africa. Already more…

What’s so divine about budget surpluses?

by David Limbaugh -- The Democrats’ newfound affinity for federal budget surpluses provides a window into the soul of economic liberalism. It is quite interesting to observe the liberals’ transformation over the more…

Death by doctor more likely than gun

by Jon Dougherty -- The bleeding heart anti-gunners at PAX are up to their old tricks again – this time teaming up with the American Academy of Pediatrics to trash gun rights more…

A new bipartisanship in security policy?

by Frank J. Gaffney Jr. -- Sunday's New York Times featured an article that should serve as a wake-up call to the Bush administration's national security team and Republican political operatives. Under the headline more…

Final fix for Social Security

by Harry Browne -- The president's Social Security Commission has acknowledged what politicians have been denying for decades – that Social Security has no true reserve fund and that much higher taxes more…

My meeting with President Bush

by Joseph Farah -- WASHINGTON – Many of you have expressed interest in knowing how my scheduled meeting with President Bush went. As I mentioned previously, the meeting was originally set for more…

The great Pentagon credit-card heist

by David Hackworth -- An Army officer, who made me swear I wouldn't use his name to preclude his being shot at dawn with bullets that are in critically short supply, told more…

Al Gore enters political rehab

by Hugh Hewitt -- Sunday's Washington Post carried the happy news (for Republicans) that Al Gore "plans to take his first steps back into the political arena later this month." The former more…

Discarding people

by Linda Bowles -- In 1973, our government passed the Endangered Species Act. Twenty-eight years later, on April 6, 2001, the federal government's Bureau of Reclamation cut off irrigation water to 1,500 more…