Pater familias

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- My dad's age had come upon him suddenly, a veritable "Invasion of the Body Snatchers." His face grinned like a Cheshire cat or Khruschev in a bathrobe. How more…

Helping small, hurting big

by Walter Williams -- I buy more from my grocer than he buys from me. I buy more from my auto dealer than he buys from me. The trade imbalance doesn't stop more…

Consumers forget oil bust

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON – In just the last 60 days, the media has cited oil companies for "price gouging" in no less than 285 articles and TV broadcasts, a search more…

The press corps covers global warming

by Jude Wanniski -- To: Howard Kurtz, CNN's "Reliable Sources" From: Jude Wanniski Re: Can you explain the gap? When President George W. Bush was in Europe last week, "global warming" again more…

Russia preparing Iraq for war?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Iraq has procured hundreds of tank transporters from Russia in what Western intelligence sources have concluded is a concerted effort to improve military logistics and respond quickly in more…

The McVeigh aftermath

by Joseph Farah -- Since his execution last week, Timothy McVeigh is out of sight and out of mind for most Americans. That's the way the federal government wants it – which more…

Put consumers in charge of health-care choices

by Jon Dougherty -- As the Senate prepares to debate a Democrat-sponsored "Patient's Bill of Rights" measure this week, supporters and opponents have already begun spending big bucks on lobbyists to try more…

Badgering Bush on global warming

by Linda Bowles -- President George Bush was treated with official cordiality and unofficial slight by several European leaders. He was also savaged unmercifully by a sensationalist, gossipy European press, which presented more…

When pop stars set policy

by Debbie Schlussel -- U.S. military policy set by Ricky Martin and Al Sharpton? Jesse Helms consulting Bono on debt forgiveness? It would be a joke ... if it weren't true. But, more…

Educrats don't touchdown

by Hugh Hewitt -- There are two outrages this week, either of which could support an entire essay on the arrogance of elites. I will postpone until next week the implications of more…