Microsoft: The beast is back

by Bob Howard -- In a big win for Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) yesterday, the appeals court smote the out-of-control Clintonistas. First they ruled that the former judge on the case was guilty more…

Songbirds vs. humans

by Bill Steigerwald -- Every school boy has heard of Jonas Salk. Every school girl has heard of DDT, the man-made pesticide that killed songbirds along with the bad bugs. But unless more…

Schundler's victory affirms conservative appeal

by David Limbaugh -- Conservative Bret Schundler's upset primary victory over Bob Franks is awfully encouraging for the conservative cause. Consider some of the factors going against Schundler: New Jersey is hardly more…

Destroying our way of life

by Tom Ambrose -- Some of you may remember back to the San Francisco riots in the 1970s when the homosexual-rights movement found its voice after members of their community were beaten more…

Kwame knows best

by Debbie Schlussel -- Kwame Brown. If you're a taxpayer, remember that name. If you're not a sports fan, you've probably never heard of Brown. But if you're tired of subsidizing sports more…

Lawyers' Bill of Fights

by Medicine Men -- Yes, this is probably the thousandth commentary you've seen regarding the controversy over the "Patients' Bill of Rights." This gives us the chance tell you – that once more…

Parents as drug pushers

by Doug Casey -- Looking back at Columbine and other school shootings around the nation, it's easy to get caught up in the frenzy for government control of guns, the Net, and more…

Putin's dragon teeth

by J.R. Nyquist -- George W. Bush and Vladimir Putin met in Slovenia two weekends ago. The outcome of the meeting is now clear. Bush trusts the Russians and Putin concedes that more…

U.S. should get out of the Balkans

by Jon Dougherty -- See if you remember who said this: "Our military requires the rallying point of a defining mission: to be able to fight and win our nation's wars – more…

Too much presidential power

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- President Bush's proposal to subsidize private religious charity is a disaster in the making. It would wreck good charities by making them dependent on federal loot. It would more…