Our 'reinvented' government

by Joseph Farah -- Remember when Bill Clinton and Al Gore promised to "reinvent government"? They promised to streamline. They promised to cut waste. They promised to make government more cost-effective. Of more…

Boy scouts, gay lobby and compromises

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- In the struggle over whether the Boy Scouts should be forced to accept gay activists as Scout leaders, proponents of free association are denounced as bigots. The charge more…

Incontrovertible proof of God

by Craige McMillan -- Most of us -- if we think about it at all -- probably suppose that the end of the world will begin with the push of a red more…

Benefits to starvation

by Walter Williams -- Brutal as it might be, there has been a beneficial side to conquest, particularly to future generations of conquered people. You might think that's awful to say, but more…

Media circus: the end of news as we know it

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- The story, as my old college journalism professor Jackie Steck always liked to say to us Lincoln Steffens wannabes, is what you tell your spouse across the supper-table. more…

Ms. Reno, spare me your tears

by Jon Dougherty -- Before last weekend's Easter "gift" to the relatives of little Elian Gonzales -- which amounted to staging an armed invasion of the Gonzales home using federal INS border more…

In defense of Fidel Castro

by Jude Wanniski -- To: Rep. Charlie Rangel, D-N.Y. From: Jude Wanniski Re: Cuban Reconciliation In October 1993, you invited me to a dinner at your home in Harlem to meet the more…

Monday Night Rushball

by Joseph Farah -- Many of you out there are going to get mad at me for writing this column. You're the folks who get frustrated when I don't write about "serious" more…

My friend, Shylock

by Joel Miller -- There is some ill a-brewing towards my rest, for I did dream of moneybags tonight. --Shylock Everyone remembers the character Shylock from Shakespeare's play, "The Merchant of Venice" more…

The John Huang saga

by Charles Smith -- On Jan. 7, 1993, John Huang, then Vice Chairman of the Lippo Bank, wrote to Ron Brown, then chairman of the Democrat National Committee, in stilted English: "Congratulations more…