Enemies domestic

by Joel Miller -- The ugly side of the war on drugs was shoved smack-dab in the nation's face in April when the Peruvian air force, acting with U.S.-provided intelligence, shot down more…

Mexico: The next Lebanon?

by Joseph Farah -- We've all heard and read the reports recently about how the Mexican government is actively promoting illegal migration into the United States – even providing survival kits to more…

Rousting the elephant house

by Jon Dougherty -- My criticisms of the modern-day Republican Party, especially lately, are legion. My regular readers know this and, as it happens, most happen to agree with my characterization that, more…

The wussification of America

by Bill Steigerwald -- Laugh. But 100 years from now, historians, social anthropologists and standup comedians will look back and say it was the defining issue of our time. Like Civil Rights, more…

Opportunity amidst the tech wreck

by Bob Howard -- The carnage in the tech area has been quite stunning. Some of the very biggest names, Yahoo (Nasdaq: YHOO), Northern Telecom (NYSE: NT), JDS-Uniphase (Nasdaq: JDSU), Corning (NYSE: more…

Rethinking the FBI

by Alan W. Bock -- Even as the speculators narrow down the potential candidates to replace Louis Freeh as director of the FBI, San Francisco U.S. Attorney Robert S. Mueller III seems to more…

Physicians strike back – at last!

by -NO AUTHOR- -- What do you call a few good women physicians in San Jose, California, fighting back against managed-care plans?  A good start! A late start! Too little, too late? more…

Scout's dishonor

by -NO AUTHOR- -- "Scout's Honor," the taxpayer-funded PBS film directed by homosexual activist Tom Shepard airing this week on public TV stations across the nation, applies all of the tricks to more…

Sourpussing public service

by Joel Miller -- What is it with liberals? Whether they're praising or protesting government, they always – or nearly always – wind up on the wrong end of things. Washington Post more…

Daschling judicial restraint

by Thomas Jipping -- Senate Democrats are wasting no time exploiting their newfound majority status. Refusing any concrete assurance of fair treatment for President Bush's judicial nominees, Majority Leader Tom Daschle has more…