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…

New Year's resolutions

by Linda Bowles -- Resolutions for the new year are about correcting sins of omission and commission. The basic idea is to make lists of our intentions to begin doing certain things more…

Why liberals can't do foreign policy

by Jon Dougherty -- I'm sure it wasn't high on the list of priorities for most pre-New Year's Day celebrants, but various news services on Friday reported that a 1995 agreement between more…

A time to hold and a time to fold

by David Hackworth -- U.S. Army Rangers are elite warriors. During World War II, they more than proved their daring, skill and ability to do the impossible in deadly places such as more…

Bush's daunting challenges

by David Limbaugh -- Advance disclaimer: While the tone of this column may sound pessimistic, I want to assure you that I am optimistic about George W. Bush's ability to lead this more…

Secretary Rumsfeld

by -NO AUTHOR- -- George W. Bush's selection of Donald Rumsfeld to serve as his secretary of defense is momentous, not only because of the extraordinary capabilities the nominee will bring to more…

The misery industry

by Bill O'Reilly -- ST. MARTIN, French West Indies -- Here's what I mean. Blacks on this island watch in horror as thousands of wealthy Americans, many of them connected to the more…

Tugging the old year behind

by Geoff Metcalf -- One of my New Year projects is always to review the previous year's list of guests I have interviewed. The last year of the millennium was an interesting more…

Get over it, Rev. Falwell

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Did you watch Jerry Falwell on TV recently? There he was, giving George W. Bush grief before the man has even taken office. He is vexed that the more…