Wrong-way John Huang

by Charles Smith -- Bill Clinton's personal choice for the Commerce Department was former Lippo banker John Huang. In 1993, John Huang was very close to the Clintons, having worked with both more…

Declining standards

by Walter Williams -- Listening to how English is spoken nowadays is one more indicator of our decline in values and standards. It's not just the foul language and loose talk; it's more…

The price of overreacting

by David Hackworth -- Last year a soldier was murdered, and now the homosexual lobby and the touchy-feely crowd want a head served up on a pike. A head that's presently attached more…

The anti-gun bogeyman

by David Limbaugh -- Some of you may not believe me, but I used to think the National Rifle Association occasionally -- just occasionally -- exhibited a tinge -- just a tinge more…

Against libertopia

by -NO AUTHOR- -- On July 13, my brilliant friend Richard Dale Fitzgerald II (just "Dale" to friends) alerted me to a piece of his, just published by the funniest, most misanthropic more…

Ending the marriage penalty

by Linda Bowles -- Approximately 25 million married couples find themselves paying more income taxes than if they had simply stayed single and shacked up. However, heartened by strong forecasts of budget more…

Wen Ho Lee's aspirant detractors

by Gordon Prather -- For those of you watching with interest -- perhaps with horror -- the Wen Ho Lee saga as it has been unfolding, there are several bits of pertinent more…

Fascism, corruption and my 'Democratic' Party

by Bob Just -- Ten years ago, Newsweek magazine shocked mainstream America with a cover story headlined "Thought Police," a lengthy report on a new social /political movement developed on college campuses more…

Looking for food, culture, friends?

by Judy Lowe -- This week we're using the Web to find people, maybe win big bucks by playing along with a TV game show, look at the history of roller coasters more…

Governors decide on choice

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The nation's governors assembled at State College, Pa., to discuss issues affecting their states for the National Governor's Association this past weekend. The need for improved education and more…