Politics as wish

by J.R. Nyquist -- In 1943 James Burnham wrote a book entitled "The Machiavellians: Defenders of Freedom." It was Burnham's thesis that nine-tenths of what is written in the field of politics more…

Barney Frank discovers the 10th Amendment

by Larry Elder -- Put up or shut up, Mr. Cheney. About same-sex marriages, that is. Liberal Rep. Barney Frank, D-Mass., issued this challenge to the vice president. When asked about same-sex more…

Big Brother goes global

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The Internet, like no other technology in history, is truly a global medium. In a way that was only dreamed of 10 years ago, communication is now possible more…

20 questions for Ashcroft

by Joseph Farah -- While he ultimately triumphed, the questions posed in the Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation hearings for Attorney General nominee John Ashcroft were insulting. I say, it's time to turn more…

Maybe I should be lynched

by Jude Wanniski -- To: Rich Lowry, editor National Review From: Jude Wanniski Re: Ashcroft and his pals Your Feb. 5 cover story on why the lynch mob hates John Ashcroft, the more…

Israel's political bulldozer

by Hal Lindsey -- In about a week, Israeli voters will go to the polls to elect a new prime minister. They are confronted with the choice between the incumbent, Ehud Barak more…

Where are the pro-gun supporters?

by Jon Dougherty -- On Tuesday, WorldNetDaily published a story that ought to be a wake-up call for the nation's 85 million gun owners. Tuesday's story followed an article published last Thursday more…

Creeping Clintoniasis

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Though Bill Clinton has finally dislodged himself from the White House and Washington, D.C., his presence is as persistently felt as a poltergeist in the Lincoln Bedroom, or more…

Bush in step with nation

by Scott Rasmussen -- As George W. Bush wraps up his first week as president, he is receiving generally positive reviews from the people he is to lead. While it's too early more…

Civil-rights violations

by Walter Williams -- Racial charges by many black politicians, civil-rights spokesmen, self-appointed black leaders and guilt-ridden whites are just plain nonsense. They get away with them because we're ill-informed or are more…