Goodbye to the black helicopters

by Sarah J. McCarthy -- Late in the year 2000, while chads were still being counted in Florida, and before Bill Clinton's black helicopter lifted off its pad for what may or may more…

U.S. should abandon U.N.

by Jon Dougherty -- The U.N. of late has seen to it to kick the U.S. off key human rights and drug interdiction panels. This, despite the fact that the U.S. supplies more…

A new verb for George

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON -- President Bush doesn't pretend to be an intellectual, and I like that about him. Intellectually, he's a meat-and-potatoes kind of guy who doesn't dabble in cream more…

Render unto Cesar?

by Ruben Navarrette Jr. -- DALLAS -- Now that Cesar is buried, all that remains is to argue over how to praise him -- if at all. Last month in California, Texas and more…

The U.N. Kicks Uncle Bully

by Jude Wanniski -- To: Robert L. Bartley, Wall Street Journal From: Jude Wanniski Re: The U.N. Human Rights Commission When I saw a sketch of Colin Powell in your lead editorial more…

Of sows' purses and silken eras

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- This is what passes for news these days in the mainstream media: "Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton dished with the girls today on Capitol Hill, talking about haircuts, musing more…

Cellucci: Wrong man for the job

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The wise and the powerful of Washington would say the dust has long settled after the mostly unreported battle over President Bush's strange choice of Paul Cellucci as more…

Rethinking state-sanctioned murder

by Tom Ambrose -- Once again -- probably not for the last time -- Timothy McVeigh is commanding national attention. Many people will be thrilled to see him assume room temperature. Others more…

Human rights betrayed

by David Limbaugh -- What kind of international organization expels a member nation because it insists that the body live up to the principles outlined in its charter? Answer: The United Nations more…