The myth of freedom of speech

by Jerry Falwell -- Someone please tell high-school freshman Andrea Lawyer about her constitutional guarantee of free speech because she's having a tough time understanding her rights these days. At Prosser High more…

Brutal but essential reading

by Richard Grenier -- We may think we've uncovered by now the deepest depths of Stalin's iniquity but now, thanks to Yale University Press' remarkable series "Annals of Communism," we learn in more…

L.A. mayoral mud-slinging contest ends

by Ruben Navarrette Jr. -- In exit polls from this week's Los Angeles mayoral election, one-third of voters said that it was important to them that the next mayor of Los Angeles be more…

How to stop Palestinian terror

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- The murder of 20 Israeli teenagers by a Palestinian suicide bomber certainly warrants a response from Israel that would inflict considerable damage on Palestinians. But as of this more…

Europe's role in the Middle East

by Fiamma Nirenstein -- All at once, the story of how Yoschka Fischer, German Minister of Foreign Affairs and a just man in his generation – who spent his teenage years speculating more…

It's over for tech heros – for now

by Bob Howard -- Many investors still refuse to accept the reality that the tech bubble has burst – and you can't remake bubbles. Once burst, they are gone. They seem to more…

Looking everywhere but where answer lies

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Government, Norbert Wiener noted in his seminal book, "Cybernetics," is equal to less than the sum of its parts. In the case of the Keane "separation technologies" – more…

Slinging the mud

by Joseph Farah -- During the eight years of the Clinton administration, I endured a series of personal attacks, Internal Revenue Service audits, threats, intimidation, lawsuits and harassment – all directed by more…

Democrats look ahead to spending spree

by Jon Dougherty -- The ink from President Bush's pen hadn't yet dried on the new $1.35 trillion, 10-year tax-cut law he signed on Thursday, before Democratic leaders were already vowing to more…