Harvard sees crimson over pro-life activism

by Don Feder -- In the past, the bludgeoning of college conservatives has included making bonfires of alternative newspapers and shouting down speakers on the right. But attempts to suppress dissent from more…

Why dumb Americans are the best

by Walter Williams -- It's generally agreed that American primary, secondary and, increasingly, undergraduate education is a failure. But that assessment depends upon just what evaluation criteria is chosen. By some criteria, more…

Your wrists or mine?

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Score one for the compassionate conservatives, otherwise known as the corporatocracy, currently in charge of running our country. Congress' recent major legislative "accomplishment"? Voting to repeal recent workplace more…

The boyz-in-the-burbs myth

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON -- It started with Barry Loukaitis five years ago. The teen killer gunned down three at a Moses Lake, Wash., school. Luke Woodham and Michael Carneal matched more…

No reason to hold equities

by Jude Wanniski -- To: Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan From: Jude Wanniski Re: What you are doing to Wall Street This is a Polyconomics client letter I sent out last week, March more…

Bin-Laden with bad news

by Hal Lindsey -- Some years ago, during the height of the Cold War, Charles Bronson starred in a motion picture called "Telefon." The film's premise revolved around the prospect that the more…

The cost of taxes

by Linda Bowles -- The arguments over how much money tax cuts will "cost" are more confounding than informative. For example, the Bush people say his proposal will "cost" the Treasury about more…

The 'Bush Doctrine'

by Frank J. Gaffney Jr. -- With less than 60 days in office, it may seem premature to declare that President George W. Bush has established an approach to foreign policy that friends around more…

Fall of the Soviet Union no accident

by Ralph Reiland -- There's been no shortage of e-mails from readers about the closing words in my recent WorldNetDaily column: "In 1981, the United States was widely viewed as a superpower more…

Clinton and Jackson

by Bill O'Reilly -- Let's dropkick the spin and say it loud: Two major problems have emerged for democratic icons Bill Clinton and Jesse Jackson. Both men are under intense scrutiny for more…