Taking Bush's plan on faith?

by Alan Keyes -- Last week, the Bush administration launched its policy of encouraging religious associations to enter into active partnership with the federal government, in order to meet what the president more…

Cutting taxes, spurring growth

by Ralph Reiland -- How things change! It seems like just yesterday that Fed chairman Alan Greenspan was worrying about "irrational exuberance" in an overheated economy, and Al Gore was running around more…

Attila, the scourge of television

by Richard Grenier -- It seems unfair in a way. Here, almost every child has heard of Attila. But except for mounting a formidable attack on the Western Roman Empire in the more…

Very naughty first daughter

by Cynthia Grenier -- So you thought only a president could get up to -- or down to -- hi-jinks in the sacred precincts of the White House? Well, best-selling author Brad more…

U.S. senators and congressmen in Belgrade

by -NO AUTHOR- -- BELGRADE -- After meeting with Yugoslav President Vojislav Kostunica on Friday, U.S. Sen. Joseph Lieberman stated, "American aid in the amount of $100 million is conditioned, among other more…

Bush's ed record: A student speaks

by -NO AUTHOR- -- In his bid for the White House, George W. Bush campaigned heavily on his education record as governor of the state of Texas. Americans were bombarded with clich?s more…

Isn't clean air enough?

by Gordon Prather -- It is important to distinguish between, first, those who want clean air -- chock-full of carbon dioxide and nitrogen for the trees, oxygen for the tree-huggers, and water more…

Notes from the underground

by Stuart Goldman -- Hulloooo down there! Hey … you … can you hear me? Yeah, you. I'm talkin' to you. Man, it's dark down here. No don't bother looking. Of course more…

Winning the Ashcroft skirmish

by John N. Doggett -- The battle to confirm John Ashcroft as our attorney general is over. We have won this skirmish, but the long war to take back the soul of America more…

U.S. News loses grip, sky falls on head

by Bill Steigerwald -- Chicken Little is not only alive, he's still hysterical and apparently editing U.S. News & World Report. How else can you explain this week's cover story, "Scary Weather: more…