Gary Graham and his victims

by John N. Doggett -- First there was Karla Faye Tucker, the pickax murderer. Now it's Gary Graham, executed yesterday in Texas. In both cases, anti-death penalty advocates want to equate Gov. George more…

Studying China, spies studying us?

by Inside the Ring -- China campaign China's government is directly inserting itself in the Pentagon's plans for setting up a special center to study the People's Liberation Army. Currently there is no more…

Sovereignty no match for WTO

by Henry Lamb -- The debate surrounding the proposal by Congressman Ron Paul, R-Texas, to withdraw from the World Trade Organization, revealed a wide chasm between the fundamental beliefs of the people more…

Turning boys to girls and girls to men

by Bill Steigerwald -- Boys and girls are different. Now there's a news flash, right? Any parent who has raised both a boy and a girl from infanthood knows they are utterly more…

Supreme Court assaults religious freedom

by David Limbaugh -- On Monday, June 19, the United States Supreme Court dealt another damaging blow to religious freedom in the United States. In Santa Fe Independent School District v. Doe, more…

Back to Oxford?

by Joseph Farah -- The London Evening Standard reports that Bill Clinton is checking out a home near Britain's Oxford University, where he studied in the 1960s as a Rhodes scholar. Citing more…

A war of words

by Johnny Chung -- President Chen Shui-bian When Taiwan's newly-elected President Chen Shui-bian gave his first press conference one month after he was inaugurated, he said, "If South and North Korea can more…

Another drug war victim

by Alan W. Bock -- Perhaps the word "murder" is too strong. But there is little question that author and publisher Peter McWilliams died in large part because of an overdose of government more…

U.S. Judge Lamberth deserves cautious praise

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON -- When it comes to holding the president accountable for rank corruption, you can count on one hand the number of authority figures who have ignored the more…

The two-faced Supreme Court

by Joseph Farah -- It was big news Monday when the U.S. Supreme Court voted in a 6-3 ruling that government schools could not legally allow prayer before public events such as more…