Will Bush stand up for privacy rights?

by Jon Dougherty -- In President George W. Bush's first 100 days, there has been a modicum of favoritism shown to both sides of the political spectrum. The "right" has received the more…

Foot and mouth as biological weaponry?

by Hal Lindsey -- On April 19, the British government's chief scientific adviser, Professor David King, announced to a relieved world that "The epidemic is now fully under control." Since the beginning more…

Coffee nerves, part 1

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- "Every company with a powerful brand is attempting to develop a relationship with consumers that resonates so completely with their sense of self that they will aspire, or more…

Racing for public office

by Ruben Navarrette Jr. -- DALLAS -- If you like high drama, plot twists and good acting, the unique brand of politics that surrounds race and redistricting can be more fun than dinner more…

Kids and guns

by Walter Williams -- Every time there's a school shooting, there are demands for greater gun control measures that range from longer waiting periods and mandated gun locks to stricter licensing and more…

Defending supply-side economics

by Jude Wanniski -- To: Robert Reich From: Jude Wanniski Re: Your debate with Jack Kemp Your joint appearance with Jack Kemp on Sunday's "Late Edition" with Wolf Blitzer last weekend reminded more…

Bush should give greens a red light

by David Limbaugh -- I'm hoping Christie Todd Whitman's recently expressed ambivalence about drilling for oil in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is a false alarm. Now is not the time for more…

Misguided anger over taxes, IRS

by Jon Dougherty -- Earlier this year, in an op-ed column, I was pilloried by many WND readers for suggesting that they were foolishly wishful to think that taxes and the IRS more…

Vegas and Gomorrah

by Joseph Farah -- I predicted it. I take no satisfaction in being right about this. I sincerely wish I had been wrong. But I warned you that a laissez faire attitude more…

Here we go again

by David Hackworth -- Playing cat-and-mouse off the coast of China is bad news. These high-risk missions aren't about gaining intelligence; they're about twisting a tiger's tail -- and it's doubtful if more…