Feeding the dragon

by Charles Smith -- On Monday, China issued a so-called white paper titled, "The One-China Principle and the Taiwan Issue." In effect, China openly declared that the "motherland" will rescue its long more…

The New Media's revolutionary opportunities

by Joseph Farah -- I got hooked on daily newspapering like a lot of folks in my generation because of Watergate. In Watergate, we saw two lowly reporters for the Washington Post more…

Campaign finance reform: Wrong target

by Walter Williams -- Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., makes a lot of political hay portraying himself as the presidential candidate for campaign finance reform and against influence-peddling. He's for restrictions on the more…

Tainted love

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Is life an endless series of photo ops, or what? What is with Madonna, and should we care? Any more, that is, than we do about Prince Charles more…

Saving (ha ha) Social Security

by Jude Wanniski -- To: Ross Perot From: Jude Wanniski Re: Hoarding the Surplus There are persistent rumors that you believe Arizona Sen. John McCain is just what the doctor ordered if more…

Where Reform goes from here

by Lenora B. Fulani -- Nothing in particular went wrong for John McCain in the South Carolina Republican primary. It's just that things went right -- in both senses of the word -- more…

A conservative firewall, after all

by David Limbaugh -- It seems that both John McCain and television's talking heads underestimated the strength and resolve of South Carolina's conservative Republicans. In forecasting the end of the conservative movement, more…

Why conservatism won big in South Carolina

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- By the time you read this column, the primaries in Michigan and Arizona will have taken place. But what happened in South Carolina last Saturday is very much more…

GOP's Trojan jackass

by Linda Bowles -- The liberal establishment put forward its best candidate in South Carolina, and he lost. Despite the best efforts of Democrats, liberal independents, and most of the mainstream media more…

Mr. Cohen: Beat feet in retreat

by David Hackworth -- The Pentagon frequently has trouble knowing when to retreat. It has a record of defending the indefensible, whether a flawed weapon system, a wrongheaded personnel policy or a more…