Weird medicine, poisonous perfection

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Talk about killing ourselves softly! There's a venerable Buddhist saying, "In the poison is the medicine." Lately that's been interpreted literally, perhaps too literally, with a current medical more…

On spy plane, Beijing wants Bush to blink

by Don Feder -- When it comes to dealing with the growing menace of communist China, the present crisis is a crucial test for President George Bush. His handling of Beijing's illegal more…

Be diplomatic, but firm, with China

by Jon Dougherty -- In the foreign policy realm, never was better advice given than by President Teddy Roosevelt: "Speak softly, but carry a big stick." As China continues to hold onto more…

In defense of Slobodan Milosevic

by Jude Wanniski -- To: Sen. Tim Hutchinson, R-Ark. From: Jude Wanniski Re: Wrong man on trial When I learned that former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic had been arrested in his home more…

Madison Avenue dreaming

by Ruben Navarrette Jr. -- DALLAS -- I have a dream that ad campaigns will one day be judged not by the color of the icon they showcase, but by the creativity of more…

Jerk this perk

by David Hackworth -- Psst! Wanna visit exotic spots on a VIP jet? Sign up now and don't sweat the cost because there's no charge. Those blind suckers -- the U.S. taxpayers more…

Slavery is not over, redux

by Joseph Farah -- WASHINGTON -- Recently I mused about people who demand reparations for slavery that ended 140 years ago while remaining silent about the fact that, according to many experts, more…

Take-home pay

by Bill O'Reilly -- For President Bush it is all about take-home pay. His success or failure will be decided by how much money American workers wind up with at the end more…

Putting out defense fire sale

by Frank J. Gaffney Jr. -- A few weeks ago, this column focused a spotlight on the proposed sale of a critical part of the U.S. defense industrial base to a foreign firm -- more…

Unmasking media wrongs

by Linda Bowles -- Conservatives have made a target of the liberal biases of the "mainstream" media. It has become a tired attack, wrung out of its freshness and meaning by constant more…