No kicks from Lara Croft

by Richard Grenier -- Six years ago a pair of computer programmers – British brothers Adrian and Jeremy Heath-Smith – created a videogame featuring a busty, tough English aristocrat/archeologist: Lady Lara Croft, more…

Victory for school Bible clubs?

by Jerry Falwell -- On June 11, the U.S. Supreme Court handed down one of the most important religious freedom rulings in years, one that will enable students to freely proclaim the more…

More Clintonism in Mideast

by Joseph Farah -- In the 2000 presidential campaign, George W. Bush said his policies in the Middle East would be markedly different than those of his predecessor. The hallmark of the more…

Going postal on 'suspicion'

by Joel Miller -- Remember that pre-Kaczinsky Unabomber mug sketch? Law enforcement ink shooters pegged the swarthy saboteur as a mustachioed sweatshirter with a hood and a pair of aviator sunglasses – more…

Hyping Bush's problems

by Alan W. Bock -- I have nothing against the press going after a sitting president, even in a somewhat combative, or even unfair, manner. The president of the United States is the more…

HUD's mojo rises, color coordinates

by Sarah J. McCarthy -- Eight hundred and sixty thousand of Housing and Urban Development's taxpayer dollars were recently discovered to have gone to Michelle Lusson's "Creative Wellness" program, an assortment of New more…

Letting CT scans out the bag

by Medicine Men -- Just when you realized it was safe to drink the water after the recent arsenic scare, FDA officials are taking their turn to cry, "Wolf!" They struck last more…

Creating 1,000 hypocrites

by Debbie Schlussel -- What do European Kyoto Treaty supporters have in common with "community activists" at this week's "Hip Hop Summit" in New York? A lot. They may be oceans apart, more…

Wall Street's helpful backhand

by Bob Howard -- The talk on Wall Street these days is thick with disgruntled investors who think they may have been "had" by the system that decides how Wall Street touts more…

Nature is nasty by nature

by Bill Steigerwald -- Hate to ruin your day, fellow earthlings, but Nature is not our friend. In fact, she tries to kill us and our raggedy excuse for civilization every chance more…