Water to the people

by -NO AUTHOR- -- In leaving hydropower out of its modeling of our national energy use as too inexpensive to use in planning, the federal government left the door wide open. Those more…

Overcorrecting for Enron

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON – Government already controls how I can invest my money, starting with the double taxation of my earnings – first on my income and then on the more…

If it ain't broke …

by Gary Aldrich -- I worked inside the huge federal government for 26 years. My agency enforced federal laws about corruption and abuse that are always a part of large bureaucracies. The more…

Baxter death looks a lot like Foster's

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The death of J. Cliff Baxter, the former vice chairman of Enron, looks a lot like that of former White House Deputy Counsel Vincent W. Foster, Jr. Foster's more…

Violence against the soul

by Alan Keyes -- A recent California law intended to address violence against homosexuals has led to a serious controversy bearing on the first principles of American life and liberty. The claimed more…

Non-existent budget surpluses

by Harry Browne -- President Bush has sent Congress a $2.12 trillion budget. It might appropriately be titled, "We're All Big Spenders Now." Of course, neither President Bush nor members of Congress more…

Paging Doctor Strangelove …

by Medicine Men -- Twenty years ago, America was diagnosed with "Nuclear Fear." Specifically, a small claque of left-leaning shrinks and psychologists decided that anxiety over nuclear war was responsible for everything more…

Smearing Bush's nominees

by Thomas Jipping -- Some smears are smearier than others, and the far-left has launched their smeariest so far against one of President Bush's best judicial nominees. The president nominated Miguel Estrada more…

Undoing a decade of deceit

by Henry Lamb -- Finally, it's beginning to unravel: "… there is no substantial scientific foundation … for changing the operation of the Klamath Project to maintain higher water levels …" The more…