Literary bell rings on gold

by Doug Casey -- It's not my custom to review a book I haven't read. Regrettably, I just don't have time to read everything I'd like to, and may not get around more…

Court cancelled

by Thomas Jipping -- The Senate Judiciary Committee was to hold its first hearing yesterday on President Bush's judicial nominees. Though 100 positions on the federal district and appeals courts stand vacant, more…

Graduation Day 2001

by Bill O'Reilly -- Thirty years ago this week I graduated from Marist College in Poughkeepsie, N.Y., with a degree in History. I believe the yearbook selected me as most likely to more…

Orchestrating energy disaster

by Walter Williams -- One needn't be a rocket scientist to create California's energy problems. According to the California Energy Commission, from 1996 to 1999 electricity demand, stimulated by a booming economy, more…

Nuclear meltdown threatens society

by Don Feder -- The meltdown of the nuclear family threatens to irradiate society. While environmentalists fret about global warming, devastation to the social ecology rates only an occasional news story and more…

Repeating California's energy mistakes

by Jon Dougherty -- Let me see if I have this right. In 1996, California passed an electricity deregulation law that was supposed to enhance competition among power companies like telephone deregulation more…

Mafia songstress

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- I wanna be a Mafia songstress -- even though I can't carry a tune. This notion occurred to me recently when I read an AP item about local more…

Italy's own Newt Gingrich?

by Fiamma Nirenstein -- Globalization in the Western world certainly succeeded in the interpretation in the international press of what's politically correct when you speak about right and left. A "right-wing" leader, more…

Another reprieve for McVeigh

by Joseph Farah -- Despite an avalanche of information showing the FBI mishandled the investigation into the Oklahoma City bombing -- even withholding reams of evidence from Timothy McVeigh's defense team -- more…

Coloring the news

by Ruben Navarrette Jr. -- RESTON, Va. -- The journalism conference intended to provide examples of ways in which newspapers are striving to improve their editorial pages. But when the discussion turned to more…