In Cuba, I was a German shepherd

by Richard Grenier -- On Tuesday this week, after more than 40 years of standing stalwartly against Fidel Castro, the leading organization for Cuban exiles in Miami, the Cuban American National Foundation more…

Telling it like it is

by Ruben Navarrette Jr. -- Now that President Bush has come home for a month-long respite at his ranch outside Crawford, Texas, critics are implying that, after only seven months on the job, more…

Blasting Bush's record

by Chuck Baldwin -- The Bush record indicates that we need a real conservative in the Oval Office. A real conservative wouldn't propose increasing expenditures for the Department of Education to its more…

Go nuclear!

by Gordon Prather -- Under our Constitution, Congress does not have the authority to force President Bush to reverse himself and accept the Kyoto Protocols. Thanks be to our founding fathers, because more…

All's well with oil wells

by Bill Steigerwald -- It's a good thing for modern, spoiled-rotten, easy-living us that a powerful environmental wacko sector didn't exist 100 years ago. Today we're having trouble getting Congress to OK more…

Buy 'em when they're down

by Bob Howard -- One of the most important things investors must learn to do in the stock market is to buy a good stock when the price is down. This is more…

Bubba forever?

by Alan W. Bock -- So Bill Clinton will score a $10- to possibly $12-million advance for his book from Alfred A. Knopf? Who says crime doesn't pay? The key is to do more…

Anne Marie and her lawyer

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON – If you like oddballs, you've hit the jackpot with the Condit-Levy story. Hollywood couldn't have cast a weirder bunch of characters. Chandra Levy, rest her soul, more…

Drug wars, now and then

by Ralph Reiland -- "Slayings tie 2000 total" is the morning headline in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review as I'm writing this. This time it's a black woman, Katrenia Rae Seymore, 29, dumped naked more…