Taxing problem: Getting someone to listen

by Jon Dougherty -- To hear the government's Internal Revenue Service tell it, anyone – no matter how cogent their argument – is a lunatic if they are opposed to our current more…

Land on the brain

by Bob Howard -- In this dull and duller market, I still see value in certain sectors. As stated in previous columns, this year the raw-land stocks are doing very well as more…

Making your PC accessory-friendly

by Vox Day -- Consider the humble USB port. Lacking the speed of its rival interface, IEEE-1394, not to mention a cachet-laden techno appellation like "Firewire," it has nevertheless become a practical more…

Green religion as science

by Doug Casey -- For years now it's been fashionable to be a champion of the environment. But there's a much more dangerous groupthink bubbling beneath the surface of mere environmentalism, and more…

Taking the easy route

by Craige McMillan -- "There is a way which seemeth right unto a man, but the end thereof are the ways of death." – Proverbs 14:12 As human beings, each of us more…

NAACP to blacks: Watch more TV!

by Larry Elder -- Two years ago, NAACP President Kweisi Mfume called the television networks – ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox – "the most segregated industry in America." Mfume said, "There has more…

Dissident voices again

by J.R. Nyquist -- Back on Feb. 26 I wrote about the controlled collapse of communism in Eastern Europe. I presented testimony from Polish, Czech and Romanian sources about the ongoing communist more…

Fostering a lie

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: This is the first of a two-part series revisiting discrepancies in the Fiske and Starr reports on the death of White House Counsel Vince Foster. The more…

The education tax racket

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- So there's this guy named Ray Simon. He's director of the Arkansas Department of Education, and he's got a complaint about the boom in home schooling. The way more…

Sex doesn't sell in women's magazines

by Jon Dougherty -- A quick glance at the cover of most glossy women's magazines any given week or month reveals lurid sex-related headlines ostensibly designed to intrigue and attract more readers. more…