Borking John Ashcroft

by Thomas Jipping -- The borking of John Ashcroft has begun. Left-wing extremist organizations developed “borking” in 1987 as a tactic to defeat the Supreme Court nomination of then-U.S. Circuit Judge Robert more…

Drowning in choice

by Craige McMillan -- So, we're already four days into the new year. Have you made any choices? For most of us in the West, that is perilously close to an absurd more…

Slavery kept alive by race-baiting hacks

by Jon Dougherty -- Regular readers of this column know how much I hate racism in all its various and sundry forms. It doesn’t make any difference to me what color a more…

Another attack on Microsoft

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- Microsoft, one of the great success stories in the history of American enterprise, has spent hundreds of millions to defend itself against the claim that it is a more…

Black slavery is alive

by Walter Williams -- Black slaves are still available -- just not in the United States. To make a purchase, you'd have to travel to the Sudan as Gerald Williams, Harvard University more…

Slavery to the state

by Joseph Farah -- Even before President-elect George W. Bush is sworn in, his proposal for an all-too-modest tax cut is being savaged as a threat to the republic. The real threat more…

A tranquil New Year's novelty

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- It's an index of how much I hate New Year's Eve that my best one so far was spent a while ago at a Hare Krishna ashram listening more…

Clinton embraces International Criminal Court

by Henry Lamb -- Only hours before the Dec. 31 deadline, Bill Clinton gave the United Nations its most significant victory so far in its relentless quest for global governance: the International more…

Bush credibility on the line with tax cuts

by Scott Rasmussen -- Sometimes low expectations can be a blessing. That's definitely the case with President-elect George W. Bush and the tax issue. Despite the fact that he actively campaigned for more…