Politically correct 'R' U.S.

by Tanya K. Metaksa -- The Bill of Rights is a powerful document. It acknowledges that there are certain rights that belong to the individual: freedom of speech, freedom to worship or not more…

Ruling by decree

by Gordon Prather -- You probably take it for granted that all Americans realize that the seat of government -- the Nation's Capital -- is in Washington, D.C. You probably realize that more…

Rosie prospects for gun owners?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- On the June 7 broadcast of NBC's "Today" show TV talk show host Rosie O'Donnell was questioned about news reports that a security guard for her children had more…

Bill Clinton's national security comedy act

by Charles Smith -- The recent loss of nuclear weapon secrets at Los Alamos shows exactly how far we have come under President Clinton. Much like Hillary Clinton's billing records from the more…

Saving rights to lose them

by Jon Dougherty -- Two reports published on Tuesday ought to give every American -- left, right, middle -- pause. Both advocate that the government's solution to any crisis facing this nation more…

Dads in space

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- My father, the U.S. Army Signal Corps electronics engineer who worked on wartime radar to keep our country safe from its enemies, might have loved to be the more…

Holy Toledo!

by Joseph Farah -- One of the late Danny Thomas' favorite expressions of exasperation was "Holy Toledo!" I have no idea what it was supposed to mean -- or the derivation of more…

Ending the death tax

by Jude Wanniski -- To: Financial Writers From: Jude Wanniski Re: Big News May be Happening! I'm not sure why the financial press has been so quiet on the increasingly high probability more…

Scrap culture, join it, or change it?

by P. Andrew Sandlin -- Until recent times, Christianity was a dominant force in the Western world. To one degree or another, and usually to a large degree, Christianity shaped the culture. By more…

Korea: Lessons of a war not learned

by David Hackworth -- Fifty years ago this week, Harry Truman proclaimed that the Korean War -- which had just kicked off -- was a "police action." Harry not only came up more…