Mankind's most vicious idea

by Walter Williams -- Capitalism always loses when compared to the promises of communism and socialism. Why? Because you're comparing a system that exists on earth, warts and all, with a utopia, more…

Virtual babies

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- This Mother's Day, I went to Sunday brunch with my friend "Artemis" at a lovely neighborhood café where, buffered by art and music, we watched family dramas unfold more…

Why Big Media are scared

by Joseph Farah -- Lesley Stahl of "60 Minutes" feels a "sense of doom" about the media revolution that is laying low giant news organizations like CBS. And well she should. She more…

Clintons vs. Fulanis

by Lenora B. Fulani -- The Fulanis, the West African tribe from whom I take my name, are warriors who -- some people say -- gather for sacred ceremonies around a Big Rock. more…

Can Bush risk pro-choice running mate?

by David Limbaugh -- In the not-too-distant future, George W. Bush will select his running mate. Should he even consider picking someone who is pro-choice? I believe not. Will it matter? I more…

Values matter most

by Linda Bowles -- The numbers involved in the "Million Mom March" were overstated, and the cause for which the moms marched was overrated. Also, the event was over reported, in that more…

Encouragement for Giuliani, prostate

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- Media tycoon Rupert Murdoch, Yankees manager Joe Torre, New York City Police Commissioner Howard Safir, and New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani have all been recently diagnosed with prostate more…

Of baseball, Vettes, B-grade westerns

by Judy Lowe -- This week, we look at free online help for golfers and guitarists, a great site for fans of classic westerns, and advice on how to use the computer more…

Tripping over Linda

by Jane Chastain -- Linda Tripp is back in the news for the wrong reasons. The media is transfixed on what appears to be a politically motivated case brought against her by more…

Do the crime, do the time

by Jon Dougherty -- Oregonian high school senior Leslie Shorb looks like an attractive young lady. She's smart, too -- the girl is set to graduate Powers High School in a few more…