Gore and the iced tea ploy

by Richard Grenier -- In the cloud of euphoria that accompanied Bill Clinton to the White House seven years ago, he made a high-minded prediction about the extreme ethical nature soon to more…

The law of unintended consequences

by Tanya K. Metaksa -- Americans have a love/hate relationship with inanimate objects, especially computers. In the early days the computer company everyone loved to hate was IBM, also known as Big Blue. more…

The tragedy of love American-style

by Joseph Farah -- "Marriage is honourable in all, and the bed undefiled: but whoremongers and adulterers God will judge." -- Hebrews 13:4 Romance and marriage are out while casual sex and more…

Me and my family of man

by -NO AUTHOR- -- It is a rainy Thursday morning in Manchester, England. I am hoping for some mail to cheer me up. The letterbox goes CLUNK (I have a large letterbox) more…

Blue sky and red cents

by Charles Smith -- The Chinese army is open for investment, seeking Western money to improve its military space complex. On May 29, the Chinese army's Second Artillery Corps moved into Western more…

Et tu, Justice Department?

by Joel Miller -- Beware the thin man, Caesar warned Marc Antony in Shakespeare's immortal play, "Julius Caesar." He should have said beware the short man. Amidst the aftermath of the Justice more…

Has the NRA gone soft?

by Joseph Farah -- Ignatius Piazza has a dream. He wants to build the safest community in the world -- a well-armed one on 550 acres in Nevada. Called Front Sight, Piazza's more…

Trading things

by Walter Williams -- With the recent demonstrations against international trade in Windsor, Canada, and Washington, D.C., not to mention the violent protests in Seattle, one might get the impression that trade more…

Dog wars

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Sometimes I forget I'm living in America. You must know what I mean. I'll be flipping through the paper, or doing the electronic equivalent -- surfing, or scrolling more…