Don't forget Waco

by Linda Bowles -- Over the last few weeks, millions prayed and wept on the anniversary of the heart-wrenching tragedy that devastated Oklahoma City. The entire nation mourned the senseless deaths, the more…

Generational discontinuity

by J.R. Nyquist -- When we look at the problems of today, when we see so many disordered lives and moral misconceptions, we also find a generational discontinuity. As a people, we more…

The Nation gets regressive

by Jon Dougherty -- When it was founded in 1865 in the ashes of the Civil War, The Nation magazine had a noble mission statement. "The Nation will not be the organ more…

Coffee nerves, part 1

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- "Every company with a powerful brand is attempting to develop a relationship with consumers that resonates so completely with their sense of self that they will aspire, or more…

Racing for public office

by Ruben Navarrette Jr. -- DALLAS -- If you like high drama, plot twists and good acting, the unique brand of politics that surrounds race and redistricting can be more fun than dinner more…

Kids and guns

by Walter Williams -- Every time there's a school shooting, there are demands for greater gun control measures that range from longer waiting periods and mandated gun locks to stricter licensing and more…

Defending supply-side economics

by Jude Wanniski -- To: Robert Reich From: Jude Wanniski Re: Your debate with Jack Kemp Your joint appearance with Jack Kemp on Sunday's "Late Edition" with Wolf Blitzer last weekend reminded more…

What is a Palestinian?

by Joseph Farah -- Ever since I wrote a column last October called "Myths of the Middle East," readers from around the world have asked me what is meant by the term more…

McVeigh puts capital punishment in focus

by Don Feder -- The execution of Timothy McVeigh, three weeks from today, puts the capital punishment debate into sharp focus. That's why opponents of the death penalty are uneasy talking about more…