Taking ex-presidents off welfare

by Alan W. Bock -- Few people who paid any attention at all over the past eight years were surprised that when it came to office space the big loveable lug would push more…

The Navy blew it in Hawaii

by John N. Doggett -- For eight years, the commander in chief of our military was a lying, draft-dodging adulterer. The good news is that Bill Clinton is now an ex-president. The bad more…

Lessons in the art of pitching

by Anthony C. LoBaido -- In the late 1960s, amid the turbulence of the Vietnam War and related social upheaval, the New York Mets baseball club sent one of their most promising young more…

Criminals on the field

by Larry Elder -- Sometimes you can't tell whether you're reading the sports pages or the crime report. Shortly before the Super Bowl, all-pro defensive player Ray Lewis stood trial for double more…

U.S. seizes a church

by Joseph Farah -- The U.S. government seized a church in Indianapolis this week. Sadly, most Americans watched this event on television -- witnessing a pastor being forcibly removed from his church more…

Intimidated judges judge well

by Thomas Jipping -- No one is touchier about nosey people than judges. If the American people don't stick their nose in judicial business, however, they will no longer run the country. more…

The economically ignorant super-rich

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- In a "man bites dog" story, some of America's richest men have joined together to oppose one of the best ideas in years: cutting or repealing the estate more…

It's a God thing

by Jon Dougherty -- Earlier this week, the world's leading genetic scientists formally announced the first detailed analysis of the human genome -- man's "blueprint of life," as they say -- which more…

Propagandizing the masses

by J.R. Nyquist -- To propose an idea, especially a controversial idea, is not to propose one's own infallibility. We all make mistakes. We all have lapses in judgment. This is true more…