And the winner is...

by Johnny Chung -- As I watched the second presidential debate Wednesday night, I tried to keep an open mind, listen to the men and their stance on the issues. It didn't more…

Missed opportunities or bad philosophy?

by Alan W. Bock -- There were several opportunities during Wednesday night's major-party (or is that welfare-party?) presidential debate for one of the candidates to reaffirm or restate what used to be the more…

Are you better off today?

by John N. Doggett -- Political candidates love to ask voters if they are better off today than they were four years ago. It's an excellent question because if forces voters to grade more…

Sunburn in China

by Inside the Ring -- Sunburn missile test The Chinese military is set to conduct a flight test soon of one its newly acquired Russian anti-ship cruise missiles, according to intelligence officials. Preparations more…

Gore destined to lose?

by Bill Steigerwald -- Maybe Byron York is right. Maybe, as he proposes in the October American Spectator, Al Gore was never meant to win. As Bush the Younger suddenly begins to more…

Vandalizing the 4th Amendment

by Joel Miller -- Richard Kimble, call your office The Fourth Amendment vandals are at it again. As Patrick Poole reported Wednesday in WorldNetDaily, a new bill threatens to make the American more…

Court of voter appeal

by Thomas Jipping -- They say ignorance is bliss, but when it comes to the courts and the Constitution, ignorance is very dangerous. The presidential candidates debate taxes and Medicare, and Al more…

The regressive income tax

by Joseph Farah -- The major presidential candidates' positions on taxation illustrates just how lost our country is. One candidate throws gasoline on the flames of class warfare by urging more confiscatory more…

The vitamin threat?

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- It's cold season, a time when many Americans fight off sneezing and sore throats with an extra dose of Vitamin C. Vitamins are cheap, ubiquitous, often effective, and, more…