Second Amendment skirmishes

by Tanya K. Metaksa -- While many liberals, especially presidential candidate Bill Bradley, decry the Clinton Administration's compromising on their favorite issues such as affirmative action, welfare, health care, and ever-increasing funding for more…

The return of Dr. Mengele

by Joseph Farah -- Does it bother you that your tax dollars may soon be subsidizing gruesome research on human embryos? Nobody likes the idea of inflicting unnecessary suffering on innocent animals. more…

Of flags and free speech

by Jon Dougherty -- Yesterday I wrote a piece questioning why presidential candidates were concerned about a states' rights issue involving South Carolina's posting of the Confederate flag atop their own capitol more…

Rebellion: Two kinds

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- On the very same day, official voices of the ruling regime celebrated one group of rebels in American history while condemning another. You would have to be an more…

Gore tries clipping privacy

by Charles Smith -- In 1997, Vice President Al Gore wrote a memo about U.S. government policy, on U.S. government paper, and sent it to the U.S. Department of Justice. In 1999, more…

Choosing the right college

by Walter Williams -- Colleges will soon begin to send out applicant acceptance letters. Choosing the right college is an important challenge to students, who will spend a lifetime living with their more…

Pope Hillary

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- That band of Italian gays calling for a woman pope should consider choosing Hillary Clinton as their candidate. In my book, any woman who can glide through an more…

Whistling Dixie

by Joseph Farah -- Some 46,000 people marched to South Carolina's Statehouse on Martin Luther King Day to demand the Confederate flag, which they described as a symbol of slavery and racism, more…

Left in the dust:

by Lenora B. Fulani -- Now that I've become a somewhat famous political person, a lot of folks are wondering where all the sensationalistic criticisms of me are coming from. The answer is more…