Renouncing Sam Colt

by Tanya K. Metaksa -- On a very, very hot humid day in August 1969 the Hall of the House at the Capitol in Hartford, Conn., was packed with hundreds of citizens. The more…

Activists in the newsroom

by Joseph Farah -- There's an indelicate old newspaper saying that summarizes succinctly the way the industry traditionally viewed the issue of personal and journalistic conflicts of interest. The curmudgeonly city editor more…

Who do you trust?

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- My buddy ArtemisBabe and I had deliberately, incendiarily, dressed ourselves all in black, like the notorious Black Bloc brigade, those transcontinental traveling anarcho-troublemakers. This was Mid-RNC-week in Philly. more…

Read my lips:Steve Forbes!

by Jude Wanniski -- To: George W. Bush From: Jude Wanniski Re: Forbes at Treasury My congratulations, George, on your nomination as the Republican presidential candidate, your choice of Dick Cheney as more…

Trustees of mankind's better destiny

by Alan Keyes -- Next week there will be a national "summit" meeting in Birmingham, Ala., to consider the state of the civil rights movement. It commemorates the anniversary of the racially more…

Guarding against the unthinkable

by Charles Smith -- During the Cold War, Russia used the former U.S. air base at Da Nang in Vietnam to fly occasional reconnaissance missions. The Russian "Bear" tracked U.S. Navy carrier more…

Don't blame teachers for bad education?

by Jon Dougherty -- Bad education? Don't (always) blame teachers A reader e-mailed me last week after WND ran a story about a poll showing how poorly most Americans feel public education more…

Lieberman loose ethics

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Excuse me. I hate to be the skunk at the garden party. But, what must be said must be said. The refusal by Al Gore's choice for veep, more…

Attacks on the rule of law

by Walter Williams -- Politicians, lawyers, assorted rascals and do-gooders are rapidly undermining our common-law rules of torts, while the rest of us either applaud their efforts or are indifferent. Michael I. more…

Bush's flawless convention

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON -- Overlooked in all the wailing, loudest among conservatives, over the GOP's Clintonesque stagecraft in Philly is George W. Bush's impressive leadership skills. Show me a strong more…