Kofi and the Euro-Boys

by -NO AUTHOR- -- It used to be frustrating. Then sad. Now it's just plain funny. Israel defends herself, and like clockwork Europe and the U.N. immediately spew obnoxious, uninformed condemnations, appalled more…

Blood money

by Bill O'Reilly -- Every American accused of a crime is entitled to a vigorous defense – that's the mantra of many lawyers in the United States. But what exactly comprises a more…

Government knows best, doesn't it?

by Harry Browne -- Suppose that in the early 1970s a government agency looked into future, decided that the future of video recording was with CartriVision (a promising system of the time), more…

Presidential cajones

by Craige McMillan -- Here's a simple question for the Republican Party: Do you want to survive beyond the November 2002 elections? Presidential cajones were once a delicate subject. Like so much more…

Watergate: The sequel

by Jane Chastain -- The media elite, that buries its head in the sand when it comes to the scandals involving William Jefferson Clinton, considers Watergate the biggest political scandal in United more…

Osama's snickering at our military

by Ilana Mercer -- President Bush's first "National Strategy for Homeland Security" gives the principles of federalism lip service. The recommendations are for the creation of a tiered national response system, which more…

The King of Kelp leaves the planet

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Toward the end of his life, Art Rosenblum became the Kelp King. Taking generous quantities of kelp was, for him, a kind of Fountain of Youth. Kelp – more…

Dismantling arguments of anti-voucher crowd

by Walter Williams -- The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in the Cleveland school voucher case, Zelman vs. Simmons-Harris, that taxpayer funds that go to parents who might use the money to enroll more…

The Panic of 2002

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Since President Bush took the oath, the Dow Jones has fallen over 30 percent, the Nasdaq 75 percent. In Sunday's New York Times, Seth Feaster, using a much more…