Why I love Bill O'Reilly

by Joseph Farah -- When I first started watching Bill O'Reilly on Fox News, I have to admit I was not impressed -- at least I didn't think I was. But something more…

'No' on government condoms

by Larry Elder -- Intelligent life exists in West Hollywood, but Washington, D.C., remains on the critical list. In West Hollywood, voters last week considered an initiative called Measure A. Measure A more…

Judging Bush's judges

by Thomas Jipping -- The New York Times had some news the other day that was not only fit to print but encouraging to those hoping President Bush will once again see more…

Tin Man in the Emerald City

by Craige McMillan -- The Emerald City -- Seattle, in Washington State -- prides itself on being a compassionate place. Filled with big-spending liberals, a pair of newspapers joined at the hip more…

Red-faced over redskin icons

by Jon Dougherty -- What do each of these entities have in common: The Atlanta Braves; The Florida State Seminoles; The Cleveland Indians; The Washington Redskins; the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights? more…

End of the stock-slump rainbow

by Doug Casey -- I've always been a gold bug, believing that the dollar should be redeemable in something specific, and not just be a floating abstraction (an "IOU nothing" from its more…

What McCain-Feingold left out

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The legal issues surrounding the staging of candidate debates have bedeviled the Federal Election Commission since its founding in 1974. Two questions and their interrelationship have figured prominently. more…

The boyz-in-the-burbs myth

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON -- It started with Barry Loukaitis five years ago. The teen killer gunned down three at a Moses Lake, Wash., school. Luke Woodham and Michael Carneal matched more…

No reason to hold equities

by Jude Wanniski -- To: Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan From: Jude Wanniski Re: What you are doing to Wall Street This is a Polyconomics client letter I sent out last week, March more…

Bin-Laden with bad news

by Hal Lindsey -- Some years ago, during the height of the Cold War, Charles Bronson starred in a motion picture called "Telefon." The film's premise revolved around the prospect that the more…