Bush's road to an energy tax

by Alan Keyes -- Events before and after the election have only confirmed that President Bush was indeed right to put tax relief at the center of his domestic agenda. With the more…

Media bias GOP's biggest battle

by Larry Elder -- On Jan. 22, 1993, Peter Jennings of ABC News reported on Bill Clinton's first initiative as president: "President Clinton keeps his word on abortion rights. President Clinton kept more…

Hollywood goes Havana, again

by Joseph Farah -- I noticed many of Hollywood's worst and dumbest recently returned from a visit to the totalitarian island prison known as Cuba. The group included the editor of Vanity more…

Oxygen standards for airplanes?

by Jon Dougherty -- Get ready for the next set of rules and regulations that will make air travel even more expensive and potentially more dangerous than it already is -- unless more…

Fools beware

by Doug Casey -- This piece ran in International Speculator in December, along with a bunch of short sale recommendations. Right now you're probably saying to yourself, "So what? That was then; more…

Music-inspired killing

by Thomas Jipping -- "He said a song inspired him." So said 15-year-old Neil O'Grady of fellow 15-year-old Charles Williams, who on March 5 was arrested for shooting up Santana High School more…

Educrats and elite arrogance

by Walter Williams -- Here's a question prompted by my recent rereading of Leonard Read's The Myth of the See-It-All, in "The Coming Aristocracy" (1969). Incidentally, Read founded the New York-based Foundation more…

Testing the cash cow

by Ruben Navarrette Jr. -- DALLAS -- Question: The SAT is A) A useful device upon which colleges have become overly dependent. B) A sacred cow that reformers challenge at their peril. C) more…

Learning from mistakes?

by Joseph Farah -- Some wise old sage once said the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again while expecting different results. If that's true, U.S. policy more…

Senators share Pardongate blame

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON -- By granting last-minute pardons and reprieves in what appears to have been a private auction for family, friends and donors, former President Clinton abused his constitutional more…