Death penalty opponents unmasked

by Don Feder -- Timothy McVeigh was a test of faith for anti-death-penalty diehards. With Juan Raul Garza, executed yesterday in Terre Haute, Ind., they were on more familiar ground. The drug more…

Texas sweet-talk

by Hal Lindsey -- If anybody still doubted that for much of the world hating all things American is nouveau chic last week should have disabused you of that doubt entirely. The more…

Class dismissed for vouchers

by Ruben Navarrette Jr. -- DALLAS – It is exhausting work building support for vouchers as a way to pry minority and disadvantaged kids from the clutches of an entrenched public school lobby. more…

Pater familias

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- My dad's age had come upon him suddenly, a veritable "Invasion of the Body Snatchers." His face grinned like a Cheshire cat or Khruschev in a bathrobe. How more…

Helping small, hurting big

by Walter Williams -- I buy more from my grocer than he buys from me. I buy more from my auto dealer than he buys from me. The trade imbalance doesn't stop more…

Consumers forget oil bust

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON – In just the last 60 days, the media has cited oil companies for "price gouging" in no less than 285 articles and TV broadcasts, a search more…

The press corps covers global warming

by Jude Wanniski -- To: Howard Kurtz, CNN's "Reliable Sources" From: Jude Wanniski Re: Can you explain the gap? When President George W. Bush was in Europe last week, "global warming" again more…

Russia preparing Iraq for war?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Iraq has procured hundreds of tank transporters from Russia in what Western intelligence sources have concluded is a concerted effort to improve military logistics and respond quickly in more…

The McVeigh aftermath

by Joseph Farah -- Since his execution last week, Timothy McVeigh is out of sight and out of mind for most Americans. That's the way the federal government wants it – which more…

Put consumers in charge of health-care choices

by Jon Dougherty -- As the Senate prepares to debate a Democrat-sponsored "Patient's Bill of Rights" measure this week, supporters and opponents have already begun spending big bucks on lobbyists to try more…