Breathing a sigh of relief?

by Jerry Falwell -- Conservatives across the nation breathed a collective sigh of relief on Wednesday night as President-elect George W. Bush, following five weeks of an extraordinary political battle, addressed the more…

Portrait of a vanished people

by Cynthia Grenier -- Do you know Joseph Roth the novelist? No relation to Philip, but a far superior writer by my lights, at least. Born in Galicia in 1894, in the more…

Clinton's legacy: Terrorism?

by Gordon Prather -- Perhaps it bothered you more than somewhat that, after the CIA gave Gov. George W. Bush several days of briefings on the world situation last week, he felt more…

Do women really want this?

by Richard Grenier -- In the 1920s Sigmund Freud wrote a hugely influential essay called "What Women Want." To avoid confusion, I should make clear at the start that the new romantic more…

The recounts aren't over

by Jon Dougherty -- Yeah, though the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled; though George W. Bush will be our 43rd president; though Vice President Al Gore has dropped his incessant legal jihad more…

No rest for the righteous

by John N. Doggett -- On Jan. 20, we will have a president who is a decent, God-fearing man of honor for the first time in eight years. We must give thanks to more…

Rule of law and lawyers

by Bill Steigerwald -- Unless Al Gore secretly appealed to the World Court last night, it's really over. After 36 days of overtime, challenged calls and lightning-fast lead changes, Election 2000 is more…

Trumping Florida's court

by -NO AUTHOR- -- In the end, the seven justices of the high court that is known as the most liberally inclined to depart from the law among all 50 states were more…

Getting blacklisted!

by Stuart Goldman -- Remember the good ol' days of blacklisting? Back when the cowards of the world actually succeeded in pulling books off the shelves, in getting writers banned, in costing more…

Civility doesn't require surrender

by David Limbaugh -- Lest what I'm about to say be misunderstood, let me begin by saying that I very much appreciate the substance and tone of Al Gore's concession speech. Even more…