Is the Founders' America still alive?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- It's been 225 years since America’s Founders shook their fists in the face of tyranny by signing the Declaration of Independence on a hot summer day in Philadelphia. more…

The evil financial empire

by Jude Wanniski -- To: George Melloan, Wall Street Journal From: Jude Wanniski Re: The International Monetary Fund Your Tuesday column, "Whither the IMF?" asks some of the right questions and comes more…

Proclaiming their union

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- That these two hopelessly sincere, decent people took each other in lawful wedded matrimonial bliss and had a wedding party on Independence Day was not only what's remarkable, more…

Mexico wants whole immigration enchilada

by Ruben Navarrette Jr. -- MEXICO CITY – This is not your father's Mexican government. Historically, Uncle Sam's negotiating stance toward Mexico could be summed up in an old Spanish phrase – todo more…

Hashing out the Declaration

by Alan Keyes -- Independence Day celebrations around the country this week will offer plenty of fireworks, parades and barbeque. I hope that we will all remember as well to include some more…

Satcher's 'Call Girl to Action'

by Judith Reisman -- It isn't more "action" we need from the sexperts; it is less! In fact, why not a five-year moratorium on the 30-year school sex-education experiment? Take five years more…

The American Revolution goes on

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- There is much disappointment these days among conservatives who have or haven't expected the new Bush administration and conservatives in Congress to reverse the liberal drive toward socialism more…

Guys' music is back

by Debbie Schlussel -- Dennis Quaid as a rock star? Yes, the same Dennis Quaid who starred in hit movies, like "The Big Easy," "Suspect," "DOA" and "Frequency" can sing. And perform, more…

Al Gore in drag

by Harry Browne -- During last year's presidential campaign, many people had an urge to vote Libertarian or for some other third party. But conservative Republicans told us over and over, in more…