Bush's giant wedgie

by Doug Powers -- Though the 2002 midterm elections are on the verge of becoming a distant memory, a few things will continue to amuse us for some time. The light chuckle more…

The prince of Pork Chop Hill

by Resa LaRu Kirkland -- Do you know that feeling you sometimes get when you look at something from the past that you know is priceless, but that everyone else thinks is junk? more…

Selling out government

by -NO AUTHOR- -- I voted on Tuesday, but with great remorse. On a day that should have been a happy day – the ability to tell the government what you think more…

Oklahoma City bombing John Doe No. 2?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- In 1995, the worst act of terrorism on American soil, prior to the 9/11 disaster, was committed in Oklahoma City. On April 19, terrorists blew up the Murrah more…

Bogus numbers

by Gordon Prather -- Today we will discuss statistical analysis as it is applied – usually improperly – to public opinion polls and to how-did-you-vote exit-polls. The principal practical difference between opinion-poll more…

Bush wins, what next?

by Jerry Falwell -- The nation's mainstream media has been dancing around the actuality of what happened on Tuesday, when the Republican Party defied history by claiming unprecedented victories. This was a more…

Political greed

by Kyle Williams -- The Democratic Party, it appears, is in the middle of an identity crisis. The Democrats lost horribly in the elections, with the GOP sweeping the country. This was more…

Higher taxes, guaranteed

by Henry Lamb -- When you hear the words "open space," think tax increase. When you hear such terms as "urban boundary," or "smart growth," or "protect the land," think tax increase. more…

Why gun control works

by Jon Dougherty -- Gun enthusiasts aggravated with liberal gun-control politicians in Washington and the states need to understand that they who seek to stifle your constitutional right to keep and bear more…

Minority-party Machiavellians

by Thomas Jipping -- The leftist campaign to block President Bush's judicial appointments was on the Nov. 5 ballot, and it lost. On orders from their leftist bosses, Senate Democrats oppose judges more…