Do women really want this?

by Richard Grenier -- In the 1920s Sigmund Freud wrote a hugely influential essay called "What Women Want." To avoid confusion, I should make clear at the start that the new romantic more…

Taking America into the next century

by Alan Keyes -- One possible advantage of all this frenzied attention to the presidential election is that it reminded us, in a backward way, of the difference between elections and our more…

Breathing a sigh of relief?

by Jerry Falwell -- Conservatives across the nation breathed a collective sigh of relief on Wednesday night as President-elect George W. Bush, following five weeks of an extraordinary political battle, addressed the more…

Portrait of a vanished people

by Cynthia Grenier -- Do you know Joseph Roth the novelist? No relation to Philip, but a far superior writer by my lights, at least. Born in Galicia in 1894, in the more…

Civility doesn't require surrender

by David Limbaugh -- Lest what I'm about to say be misunderstood, let me begin by saying that I very much appreciate the substance and tone of Al Gore's concession speech. Even more…

Prepare for disappointment

by Joseph Farah -- My, my, my. I knew my column announcing there would be no honeymoon for George W. Bush would be unpopular, but I had no idea just how angry more…

Opening the court: An improvement?

by Alan W. Bock -- One of the side effects, and probably not an intentional one, of the way the U.S. Supreme Court handled the Florida aftermath is likely to be a significant more…

The recounts aren't over

by Jon Dougherty -- Yeah, though the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled; though George W. Bush will be our 43rd president; though Vice President Al Gore has dropped his incessant legal jihad more…

No rest for the righteous

by John N. Doggett -- On Jan. 20, we will have a president who is a decent, God-fearing man of honor for the first time in eight years. We must give thanks to more…

Rule of law and lawyers

by Bill Steigerwald -- Unless Al Gore secretly appealed to the World Court last night, it's really over. After 36 days of overtime, challenged calls and lightning-fast lead changes, Election 2000 is more…