Clinton: A piece of work

by Ralph Reiland -- As I'm writing this, pre-inauguration, we're packing up the car with our snazzy get-ups for the Inaugural Ball and heading off to D.C. to watch the sun set more…

Democratic double standards

by Larry Elder -- Follow the bouncing double standards. President George Bush nominates to the Supreme Court Clarence Thomas, a black man, formerly the head of the Equal Opportunity Commission. Because of more…

Gorbachev's letter to Bush

by J.R. Nyquist -- The last Soviet leader, Mikhail Gorbachev, wrote an open letter to President-elect Bush that was recently published in the Washington Post. "I am writing to you as a more…

Ashcroft's confirmation joke

by Jon Dougherty -- By the second day of Senate Judiciary Committee's "questioning" Attorney General-nominee John Ashcroft on Wednesday, two things became clear: Ashcroft is going to be confirmed -- as he more…

The Promised Land?

by Craige McMillan -- I sometimes think those of us who are Christians are not sensitive enough to the prevailing secular worldview endorsed by mainstream editors and reporters, and the entertainment industry. more…

A business-cycle primer

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- Sometimes it's painful to read the business press, and never more so than during an economic slump. Reporters flail about for explanations. They quote stock analysts, politicians, day more…

Legislating feelings

by Casey Brooks -- I've never been an advocate of hate-crime legislation. One of the reasons I oppose the idea is because it seems to me that, in order to determine if more…

Ashcroft and the separation of powers

by Thomas Jipping -- Sen. John Ashcroft will make a fine attorney general for a host of reasons, notably that he both understands and believes passionately in the fundamentals of freedom. Ironically, more…

The slowing economy

by Scott Rasmussen -- As George W. Bush prepares to take office, worries about the economy are growing. In mid-January, 27 percent of American adults think we will have a recession within more…

Russian eggs, the Loin King and Bad Sax

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Few folks have polarized the public-at-large like Bill Clinton, yes, our departing prez, the Elvis of politics, and now we can finally all wave bye-bye to him, the more…