Educrats and elite arrogance

by Walter Williams -- Here's a question prompted by my recent rereading of Leonard Read's The Myth of the See-It-All, in "The Coming Aristocracy" (1969). Incidentally, Read founded the New York-based Foundation more…

Testing the cash cow

by Ruben Navarrette Jr. -- DALLAS -- Question: The SAT is A) A useful device upon which colleges have become overly dependent. B) A sacred cow that reformers challenge at their peril. C) more…

Learning from mistakes?

by Joseph Farah -- Some wise old sage once said the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again while expecting different results. If that's true, U.S. policy more…

Senators share Pardongate blame

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON -- By granting last-minute pardons and reprieves in what appears to have been a private auction for family, friends and donors, former President Clinton abused his constitutional more…

Liberals repent of Clinton?

by Linda Bowles -- These are remarkable days for members of the Democrat party. They are heaping acrimony on the graying head of a man they praised and defended without question for more…

The GOP and race revisited

by David Limbaugh -- I almost fell out of my chair watching Fox News Sunday when liberal Juan Williams questioned whether the black community's unflagging support of Bill Clinton could be attributable more…

Even Rob Lowe reads Drudge

by Debbie Schlussel -- George Stephanopoulos may not read the Drudge Report. But Rob Lowe, who plays the former Clinton staffer on TV, does. He's not alone. Newssites like the Drudge Report, more…

Finding sanity in the 'New Dark Ages'

by Anthony C. LoBaido -- What is life for? To die? I am afraid. Then I must live. But what for? In order to die? I could not escape from that circle. -- more…

All that's left in America

by Bill O'Reilly -- Many of those who patrol the left side of the American political spectrum are very, very angry. The presidential election still hurts, the initial public acceptance of President more…

Republicans being Republicans, again

by Joseph Farah -- They promised. They told Americans if they elected a Republican to the White House, things would be different. It was Bill Clinton who was blocking the Republican agenda more…