A world of secrets

by Richard Grenier -- When James Bamford's first book, "The Puzzle Palace" came out some 20 years ago, the ultra-secret National Security Agency did everything it could to hinder its publication. Things more…

Free trade and the Constitution

by Alan Keyes -- At the summit of Western Hemisphere leaders in Canada, G.W. Bush enthusiastically promoted the idea of a free-trade area encompassing all the countries of the hemisphere. He did more…

The holiness of Jerusalem

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Holiness is a major theme in the Torah reading for this week (ending May 5, 2001). The definition of this term (regarding people) can be found within these more…

National defense and 'The Quiet Man'

by Gordon Prather -- If you live in one of the zillions of counties in the American heartland that Dubya carried in the last election, then you probably didn’t have an opportunity more…

Prayer and the president

by Jerry Falwell -- On Thursday, as millions of Americans commemorated the National Day of Prayer, I had the privilege of participating in this special day with President George W. Bush and more…

Getting any sleep lately?

by Cynthia Grenier -- Having been married for many a decade to an inveterate insomniac, how could I not pick up Bill Hayes' "Sleep Demons: An Insomniac's Memoir" (Simon & Schuster) out more…

Speak softly and carry a big wallet

by Ruben Navarrette Jr. -- My most valuable language lesson came from a Salvadoran waiter. The lesson: When catering to others in their own language, it pays to be sure that you're acting more…

Sue your broker!

by Bob Howard -- Now that the tech-wreck seems to have settled in at the current levels, many investors are finally coming out of their comatose state and realizing just what has more…

Grilling poverty

by -NO AUTHOR- -- After the "Movement" in the 1960s, some of us who had gotten caught up in it during our student days moved on to jobs where we felt fortunate more…

Bipartisanship, Daschle style

by David Limbaugh -- When it comes to malicious partisanship Sen. Tom Daschle knows no bounds. Let me guide you through an odyssey of his first 100 days with President Bush. Of more…