American kidney stew

by Medicine Men -- Americans have never much liked British kidney pie, but now we are embroiled in a kidney stew all our own. Fifty thousand Americans need kidney transplants each year, more…

Missiles, berets, morale and diplomacy

by David Limbaugh -- Three articles concerning the Bush administration's approach to various defense and foreign policy issues caught my attention as I scanned the front page of the Washington Times (online) more…

Taliban in America

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Islamic orthodoxy is showing its consistency in Afghanistan. According to reports, the nation's Taliban rulers "have ordered men to wear beards, restricted pornography, outlawed alcohol, forbidden recorded music, more…

Kurtzer is wrong for Israel

by Joseph Farah -- The man the Bush administration is seriously eyeing for the post of U.S. ambassador to Israel is not only the architect of President Clinton's failed Middle East peace more…

Good LUK with your portfolio

by Bob Howard -- Have you ever heard of Leucadia Corporation (NYSE: LUK)? Probably not, but you should get to know this outstanding company. Now, if we were to mention Donald Trump, more…

Morality crisis driving school violence

by Jon Dougherty -- The debate over school violence has heated up again because another spate of school shootings has once more brought home the reality that, even in the "sanctity" of more…

Thinking about school violence

by Alan W. Bock -- I'm not sure why the shooting at Santana High in Santee, Calif., that left two dead and 13 injured has affected me so much. Maybe it's because I more…

Bill, Hill and Jesse are toast

by John N. Doggett -- If you are a yellow-dog Democrat, you hate Jesse Jackson and Bill Clinton. Their actions during the last days of the Clinton administration snatched defeat out of the more…

Getting a taste for science

by Bill Steigerwald -- You don’t have to be Stephen Hawking to enjoy the March Scientific American -- at least not all of it. OK, the piece on how astronomers are using more…

Trusting people to do the right thing?

by Harry Browne -- On Wednesday WorldNetDaily published a letter from a reader who said, "I can't be a Libertarian because their philosophy is based on people doing the right thing and more…