Army's morale-breaking decision

by Jon Dougherty -- Here's hoping the Bush administration -- and, in particular, former Gen. Colin Powell and Vice President Dick Cheney -- can truly reverse the decline of the armed forces, more…

Closing Clinton's curtain

by Casey Brooks -- The days are waning on the Clinton administration, and the only thing that could make it better is if the days would wane just a little bit faster. more…

Grilling Ashcroft

by Thomas Jipping -- President-elect George W. Bush's announcement that he will appoint Sen. John Ashcroft to be his attorney general is good news for America. Sen. Ashcroft is not only supremely more…

Cabinet fever: The left attacks Bush

by Larry Elder -- Is Sen. John Ashcroft, R-Mo., President-elect George W. Bush's choice for attorney general, an enemy of civil rights? To paraphrase President Clinton, this depends on your definition of more…

The last 2 thousand years

by J.R. Nyquist -- This week we approach the end of the second millennium. It is a span of time which coincides with the rise of the West, which emerged into global more…

International thuggery

by Walter Williams -- The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development is comprised of 29 industrial nations, mostly in Western Europe, the Pacific Rim and North America. They've recently released a report more…

Presidential Yenta, or, Welcome to the dog house

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- I don't mean to be, um, catty, but has anyone else besides me noticed the apparent, uh, fishy connection between New Jersey Gov. Christine Todd Whitman giving President-elect more…

The right to complain about pain

by Jon Dougherty -- If you live by the adage, "No pain, no gain" -- forget about it. As of Jan. 1, suddenly Americans now have a "right" to be free from more…

A new era of U.N.-U.S. relations?

by Henry Lamb -- While President-elect George W. Bush will not have a shortage of advice about what he should do when he assumes the most powerful position in the world, relations more…

Public cynical about elections

by Scott Rasmussen -- In the wake of Campaign 2000, Rasmussen Research found that just 46 percent of American adults think elections are fair to voters. Only 24 percent think that the more…