Politicians and media hype drug fears

by Joel Miller -- Here's a rule in life: When things become political, they become messed up. Here's another rule: When things become fodder for media, they get even worse. As soon more…

Condoleezza Rice andthe Stanford spy ring

by Charles Smith -- On the surface, Condoleezza Rice is the perfect pick for George W. Bush. Rice worked for George Bush Sr. in the White House, handling Russian issues. She is more…

Buchanan shouldbuck Reform Party

by Jon Dougherty -- Long gone are the heady -- and early -- days of Ross Perot's Reform Party, when, in 1992, the fiery Texas businessman scared the stuffing out of the more…

Picking us offone at a time

by Walter Williams -- Richard Mann, a North Carolina farmer, shot a wolf that was threatening his cattle. When he went to bury the animal the next day, he was confronted by more…

Monday Night Bootball

by Joseph Farah -- NEW YORK -- I hate to say it, but I told you so. Remember when ABC/Disney announced with much fanfare the hiring of Dennis Miller as the color more…

Press: Servingpeople or party

by Jude Wanniski -- To: Howell Raines, New York Times editorial page editor and Robert Bartley, Wall Street Journal editorial page editor From: Jude Wanniski Re: Writing partisan editorials Back when I more…

Beating around the Bush

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Sometimes I think this nation of ours is like a headless body with each appendage twitching in a different direction. Soon, along comes a dictator/re-animator, and ... you more…

'California Families' win legislative battle

by Julie Foster -- SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- A grass-roots organization fighting against pro-homosexual-rights measures sees its efforts paying off in the final days of the California legislature's 1999-2000 session, as key measures more…

Who owns your money?

by Linda Bowles -- George W. Bush's tax reform plan, as extensively reported by the media, has many Americans convinced that it would squander the projected budget surplus, destroy Social Security and more…