Slavery is not over, redux

by Joseph Farah -- WASHINGTON -- Recently I mused about people who demand reparations for slavery that ended 140 years ago while remaining silent about the fact that, according to many experts, more…

Take-home pay

by Bill O'Reilly -- For President Bush it is all about take-home pay. His success or failure will be decided by how much money American workers wind up with at the end more…

Putting out defense fire sale

by Frank J. Gaffney Jr. -- A few weeks ago, this column focused a spotlight on the proposed sale of a critical part of the U.S. defense industrial base to a foreign firm -- more…

Redefining baby

by Jane Chastain -- Among the regulations that Bill Clinton issued in his final days as president, was one that affects our rules governing experiments on a fetus. "Fetus" is a medical more…

Media monopoly and incumbency protection

by -NO AUTHOR- -- In 1997, House Minority Leader Richard Gephardt, D-Mo., spoke candidly to Time magazine regarding McCain-Feingold campaign finance reform legislation. The Democrat admitted, "What we have is two important more…

Medical privacy

by Geoff Metcalf -- Assaults on your privacy have been chronic, consistent and routine. The would-be "controllers" want to know everything about anything everyone does. Historic, traditional or statutory privacy protections are more…

This apple has a worm

by Barbara Simpson -- The days of the little red schoolhouse and an apple for the teacher are so much a part of the past that most people today wouldn't even know more…

Arresting Milosevic

by -NO AUTHOR- -- "Serbia has nothing to hope for. There will be no mercy for her" (Josip Broz Tito, leader of the Yugoslav communist Partisan forces, who swept into Serbia on more…

Who wants war in the Middle East?

by J.R. Nyquist -- Last week, at the Arab League summit, we saw the Arabs divided between those who want a regional war in the Middle East and those who want peace. more…