Fall doesn't mean failing

by Cassandra Walker -- The old adage, "Spring forward, Fall back" reminds me, as we just did, to turn my clocks back the last Sunday in October. It is during this time, more…

The politics of envy

by Walter Williams -- In his Oct. 20, 2002, New York Times Magazine article titled "For Richer: The Disappearing Middle Class," Princeton University economist Professor Paul Krugman wrote, "For the America I more…

The state of American politics, 2002

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- In Y2K, George W. Bush became the first man in more than a century to win the White House with fewer votes than his rival. Since his victory, more…

Democrats in disarray

by David Limbaugh -- Regardless of the actual vote tallies from Tuesday's elections, the big story is that the Democrats are a party in serious disarray. Just look at how the odds more…

Bill Clinton's painful seizure

by Les Kinsolving -- It was reported in the Sept. 16 edition of U.S. News & World Report, together with an unforgettable artist's conception of the former president in eye-bulging pain. But more…

Cheerleaders, put on your gas masks!

by David Hackworth -- Cheered on by a chorus of bloodthirsty TV, radio and newspaper savants – few of whom have ever worn a soldier suit – and equally unqualified politicians also more…

Worshipping Caesar

by Joel Miller -- Once again, Christians are erring on the side of Caesar worship. The forceful resurgence of the Christian right in America in the early 1980s paved the way for more…

Voting pro-life

by Alan Keyes -- Today, we are again called to our citizen vocation, and asked to vote for local and national leadership. In this election cycle, I have been working as chairman more…

The snipers and terrorism

by Joseph Farah -- I can't believe it. It's been more than a week since self-proclaimed Muslims in sympathy with the Sept. 11 terrorists were captured in connection with the 10 sniper more…