Instrumentalization of justice at the Hague

by -NO AUTHOR- -- What better proof of the rightness of the Bush administration's refusal to sign the International Criminal Court treaty earlier this year than the sham "admission of guilt" by more…

'Tax-and-spend' politics

by Jon Dougherty -- When economic times were good throughout much of the 1990s – "good" times that, Americans now know, were largely based on corporate shams and political debauchery – governments more…

Predictions for the new year

by Ellen Ratner -- This is every columnist's nightmare and opportunity – the chance to make in-print predictions about the future. Look, the truth is that if I knew even the contents more…

'Affirmative action' revisited

by Larry Elder -- Sen. Trent Lott, in an ultimately failed effort to salvage his career as incoming Senate majority leader, appeared on BET and announced his support for "affirmative action." Not more…

Born of a virgin

by Hal Lindsey -- A survey conducted by the London Daily Telegraph last week found that more than a quarter of Church of England clergy do not believe in the virgin birth more…

Patty Murray, material girl

by Joseph Farah -- Editor's note: Are you ready for the Second American Revolution? Joseph Farah's new book, "Taking America Back" exposes the weaknesses in America's current system and offers practical solutions more…

Tolerance, liberal style

by David Limbaugh -- It might be easier to stomach liberals sermonizing about tolerance, inclusion and religious freedom if they didn't come to the tolerance table with such thoroughly unclean hands. Just more…

Appeals-court shell game

by Thomas Jipping -- Next Wednesday, Chief Justice William Rehnquist will issue his annual year-end report on the judiciary for 2002. On the chance it might include comments on judicial confirmations, outgoing more…

End of the Christian Era?

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Two thousand years have elapsed since the Birth of Christ in Bethlehem, the event that engendered Western civilization. But for Christianity, the sun has begun to set in more…