Continuing fight for China's healing

by Johnny Chung -- WANTED: Zhang Bo-li; male, 26 years old; Hei-long-jiang Province; scholar and professional writer, Chinese literature department, Beijing University; height: 175 cm., chubby, round face, up-turned nose, big lips; more…

Can 'bleeding' cure the world's ills?

by Alan W. Bock -- On the day the United Nations Millennium Summit convened, the newspaper for which I work carried the following stories -- in addition to the news that three U.N. more…

Profits before people?

by John N. Doggett -- In 1999, the State Farm Insurance Company informed Firestone that its SUV tires were failing at an abnormally high rate. Yet in the face of clear evidence that more…

Selling missile move in China

by Inside the Ring -- Ambassador talk Joseph Prueher, U.S. ambassador to China, is under fire again. The retired four-star admiral was in town this week and met with members of Congress. According more…

Ivy-league fraud

by Bill Steigerwald -- No, Slippery Rock didn't bump MIT from the Top 10 this year in U.S. News & World Reports' Best Colleges issue. But controversy continues to dog the country's more…

The virtues of going negative

by David Limbaugh -- I'm sorry, but I'm growing a bit weary of all this negative talk about negative campaigning. I think it's time we started being positive about this gloriously negative more…

No individual gun rights?

by Jon Dougherty -- To hear the U.S. Justice Department tell it, there is no Second Amendment right of an individual to keep and bear arms. I guess, then, about 90 million more…

Words having meaning

by -NO AUTHOR- -- When the Titanic sunk, the people who traveled on the ship could not believe that it was actually happening. After all, it had been sold to them as more…

'Socially Responsible' lifestyles?

by Craige McMillan -- Hollywood celebrities have a reputation for social responsibility. Whether the cause is children, AIDS victims, world hunger, or the election of a man they view as compassionate to more…

The decaying state

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- The public sector ain't what it used to be, and thank goodness. Consider: The wire services are trying to drum up hysteria about a shortage of public-school teachers more…