Keeping kids safe on the Net

by Judy Lowe -- Among this week's featured sites are really fast Web searching, no-bake cakes and tracking the travels of dollar bills. Safe Surfing. Many parents are concerned about what their more…

A heroic public servant

by -NO AUTHOR- -- I have been privileged to meet former foreign service officer Thomas R. Hutson. In disagreement with Madeleine Albright, he recently left the State Department. For the last four more…

GOP is friend of big government

by Jon Dougherty -- It must be a hard thing to be a line-towing Republican political commentator these days, considering all the hypocrisy involved. Thank God I'm not; I'm a True Believer more…

Mum's still the word

by Joseph Farah -- OK, enough's enough. John F. Kennedy Jr. is dead. The eulogies have been delivered. The memorial services dissected and analyzed ad nauseam. We've seen the cute pictures and more…

Missing!

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Right after my friend's husband recently vanished without a trace, I saw a big bare foot and part of a blue-jean leg poking out of the bottom of more…

When lawmakers sit by

by Geoff Metcalf -- Thomas Paine once noted, "Reason obeys itself, and ignorance does whatever it is directed to do." In the wake of the political battle I have entered (see "In more…

Home-front politics

by Alan Keyes -- One of the most insidious threats to our liberty is the idea that politics and government are the province of "experts" and "authorities." Many of us have an more…

The 'Donorgate' racket

by Jon Dougherty -- The Corporation for Public Broadcasting -- the publicly funded entity that contracts with television and radio stations around the country to provide "educational" public information -- has been more…

Is there courage in the Senate?

by David Hackworth -- Last week, House Democrats and Republicans defied their self-serving track record, joined together and voted to kill the $70 billion F-22 fighter program. Never did I expect to more…

It's the moderates, stupid

by David Limbaugh -- How would you like to walk a mile in Dennis Hastert's shoes? Instead of so quickly condemning the leadership or the entire party, the GOP's perennial critics ought more…