Why I'll miss Charley Reese

by Jon Dougherty -- In case you're a fan of nationally syndicated Orlando Sentinel columnist Charley Reese and you didn't know this, he is set to retire from the paper next month. more…

Land of the free …

by Joseph Farah -- Editor's note: This is the first of a two-part series of columns by Joseph Farah commemorating Independence Day 2001. It's that time of the year – with Independence more…

Olympic games in Beijing a new low

by Don Feder -- The Bush administration has declared moral neutrality in foreign policy – that is to say, it will take no position on holding the 2008 Olympics in Beijing. This more…

Aspiring beyond the 'now'

by J.R. Nyquist -- In 1977, Walter Kaufmann of Princeton University wrote a book entitled "The Future of the Humanities." In this book Kaufmann suggested that four distinct tendencies could be discerned more…

A little note on liberty

by Barbara Simpson -- My Dear Little Ones: I have something I want to tell you about, but because we live so far apart, I can't do it in person. Instead, I'll more…

Instant karma

by Joel Miller -- I'm not a big fan of killing – upsets my digestion. There are some exceptions, of course: dinner (I hate my chicken still clucking), armed thugs (violent people more…

Shooting down liberty

by Geoff Metcalf -- The framers of the Constitution did "ordain and establish" the document in an effort to "insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general Welfare, and more…

Betting the farm on garbage

by Gordon Prather -- The global warming eco-wackos have demanded that President Bush swear fealty to Al Gore's Kyoto Protocols – which would require us to cut back our current use of more…

When women were tough

by Cynthia Grenier -- The other week, I came across a review in the Weekly Standard of a book, "Good Girl Messages: How Young Women Were Misled by Their Favorite Books." Gina more…

Happy dreams, little Oedipus

by Richard Grenier -- The filmographies of those two master film craftsmen, Stanley Kubrick and Steven Spielberg each include works touching on life in some distant time – "2001," "Clockwork Orange," "E.T.," more…