The next ambassador to Israel

by Joseph Farah -- Previously I presented the case against Daniel Kurtzer as the next U.S. ambassador to Israel. I won't cover old territory again -- except to say that the man more…

Courting medical marijuana

by Alan W. Bock -- Next week I'll be reporting from Washington, D.C., after sitting in on the U.S. Supreme Court's oral arguments in the Oakland Cannabis Cooperative medical marijuana case, scheduled for more…

Party of the little people

by Casey Brooks -- I don't know California Gov. Gray Davis, but I submit the man does not have a clue. Yesterday, he blamed the most recent spate of California's rolling blackouts more…

Mining your own business

by Doug Casey -- I recognize that most stock investors are looking for buying opportunities in the type of stocks that have treated us all so well over the last 20 years. more…

Foot in mouth disease

by Craige McMillan -- Let's face it -- these are tough times to be a cow. Either your sanity is being questioned over mad cow disease -- by the very people feeding more…

Taking the ABA off-screen

by Judith Reisman -- Leonard Barker, writing in "Brandeis and Frankfurter," quotes Justice Louis D. Brandeis' statement that the laws of society largely direct its conduct -- its culture: [T]he conduct of more…

The thrill is gone

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- Alan Greenspan is playing with fire. His recent lowering of the federal funds rate by half a point suggests that he is unwilling to allow the economy to more…

The angriest chicken in the universe

by J.R. Nyquist -- Once upon a time there was a chicken farm; and on this farm lived a disgruntled chicken named Drumstick Kate. She was quite upset. "Why should I lay more…

Talking smack about the economy

by Jon Dougherty -- Now that the U.S. economy is nearly in full "tank" mode, Democrats have taken to laying the crisis at the feet of Republicans and, specifically, President George W. more…

Reparations and campus political correctness

by Larry Elder -- Reparations for slavery? To David Horowitz, the president of the Center for the Study of Popular Culture, the movement represents the Super Bowl of all shakedowns. He took more…