'Rosie': Hypocrisy in bloom

by Debbie Schlussel -- Want to waste three bucks and see the world through the eyes of an annoying, overweight, loudmouth celebrity? Check out "Rosie," the latest self-absorbed celebrity magazine -- this more…

The Man of the cloth

by Mary Jo Anderson --   The first thing you notice is that the linen is so ordinary. An eggshell-colored rectangle of coarse linen, now dirty and discolored with blood, lymph and sweat, more…

U.S. diplomacy, resolve won the day

by Jon Dougherty -- I've read lots of passionate letters from hundreds of readers who have expressed some valid, some not-so-valid, points of view regarding the recent U.S.-China standoff on Hainan Island. more…

Dancing the trade tango with China

by John N. Doggett -- President Bush's calm handling of the "spy plane" dispute with China proved that he has the "right stuff" to lead America through difficult times. This incident also highlighted more…

Single payer is not so simple or smart

by Medicine Men -- Let's start with three facts. First, patients are unhappy and growing unhappier with the nation's medical care system. People want changes. Second, there are plenty of proposals out more…

Building a successful portfolio

by Bob Howard -- When you buy stocks, what are you trying to accomplish? Sure, we are all trying to make money but after that, it often gets blurry. The first thing more…

Bush passes first test

by David Limbaugh -- President Bush's handling of the standoff with China reveals that he is going to approach foreign policy with the strategic interests of the United States as his foremost more…

The bankrupt reparations movement

by Larry Elder -- The reparations for slavery movement got an airing on a recent "60 Minutes." America, argue several "black leaders," owes reparations to blacks for the enslavement and forced labor more…

Dynastic battle of the dwarves

by Doug Casey -- Adding to previous reflections about the recent election, it's true that there have been American political dynasties in the past, like the Adams and the Roosevelts. But, with more…

God's open door

by Craige McMillan -- It is a universal and perpetual failing of humanity that we attempt to make God over in our own image. Thus, in America, we do not have God more…