Uncle Joe, Jews and the gospel

by Craige McMillan -- "Think not that I am come to destroy the law, or the prophets: I am not come to destroy, but to fulfill." -- Jesus Christ Last week, Sen. more…

Liposuction for government

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- It's official: Every presidential candidate in the race favors shrinking government. What? You don't believe them? You shouldn't. But it's a good sign that the candidates want you more…

A conspiracy of spontaneity

by Hal Lindsey -- The explosion of violence in the Middle East shows no sign of abating, and the slide from organized to disorganized chaos in the Middle East appeasement process crumbles more…

Choice words

by Scott Rasmussen -- One of the main accusations leveled against pollsters is that they don't call enough people or the right people. Some charge that too many or too few liberals more…

Political greed and exploitation

by Walter Williams -- Suppose you and I go to a fancy restaurant. Under which scheme would it would be more likely for me to order a $150 bottle of Chateau LaFite more…

The world according to Gore

by Joseph Farah -- There are at least a thousand good reasons not to vote for Al Gore for president. During the last two weeks of the campaign, I'm going to try more…

Drug cop corruption

by Joel Miller -- Most of us get a laugh from hypocrisy. We've got a dozen images stored in our mental caricature file: the animal-rights activist wearing leather shoes, a serial womanizer more…

Bush foreign policy test already on radar

by Jon Dougherty -- Republican presidential hopeful George W. Bush is going to have his hands full with important foreign policy issues almost immediately upon being inaugurated next January -- that is, more…

Read my lips, Vicente Fox

by Jude Wanniski -- To: My Mexican friends From: Jude Wanniski Re: Digging out of a foxhole I can't begin to tell you how depressed I get when I read dispatches out more…

First person with Ralph Nader

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Typically, Green Party presidential candidate Ralph Nader "doesn't do things that virtually every politician does," John Miller writes in the Oct. 23 issue of the National Review, "such more…