The last case of Louis Freeh

by Cynthia Grenier -- The New Yorker is not really in the news business, as we all know, but its editor David Remmick, after all, spent quality time as, among other things, more…

The man I love

by Geoff Metcalf -- The first man I loved (and still do) is called Ted. He's my dad. Most of what I have accomplished and most of what I am (yeah the more…

Hyphenated Americans

by Ruben Navarrette Jr. -- As the United States becomes increasingly Hispanic, Hispanics in the United States are becoming increasingly ambivalent about, well, being Hispanic. The Census Bureau confirmed last week that the more…

Come visit beautiful Cuba

by Richard Grenier -- Fidel must be feeling in a pretty good mood right now as he studies the big beautiful June issue of Cigar Aficionado. There it is on the cover more…

The key to political happiness

by Alan Keyes -- I talk a lot about the Declaration of Independence, and what I call America’s "Declaration principles." When I do so, I am not just pushing rhetorical buttons. I more…

Nuclear fuel recycling: The time has come

by Gordon Prather -- Suppose you're President Jimmy Carter and/or a global-warming whacko. Suppose you want -- for some semi-religious reason -- to limit per-capita energy consumption. Suppose you want all Americans more…

What does love have to do with it?

by Cynthia Grenier -- If you believe director Baz Luhrmann whose bold extravaganza, "Moulin Rouge," just opened the venerable Cannes Film Festival last week, love has everything to do with it -- more…

Paying for trouble

by Yaffah daCosta -- How can anyone justify giving financial aid to "terrorists"? We are commanded to "love our neighbor," and this week's Torah reading gives ample examples of practical situations in more…

A victory for graduation prayer

by Jerry Falwell -- In a stunning victory for student graduation speech, the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta has upheld the rights of students to pray during graduation ceremonies. The more…