Why your vote doesn't matter

by Henry Lamb -- Every two years, we go through the election exercise, choosing the people who will cast votes to create the laws by which we are governed. This procedure gives more…

Lotsa harm, but no foul?

by Gordon Prather -- Early this month we accused the North Koreans of enriching uranium, clandestinely, and to our great surprise they admitted it. Why did they admit it? Well, why not? more…

Black boxes, black holes?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- What exactly was going on in the cockpit the final minutes and seconds of TWA 800, American 587, United 93 or Egypt 990? Given the terrorist shadows and more…

Kinsey: Porn star

by Judith Reisman -- Editor's note: Due to graphic sexual content, some readers may find portions of this column objectionable.The New York Post recently reported that Indiana University officials were upset to more…

Surprise! A Muslim is arrested

by Joseph Farah -- How do I put this delicately? Am I surprised that a Muslim was arrested for questioning in the D.C. sniper case? No. In fact, hours before the arrest more…

Talent vs. Carnahan

by David Limbaugh -- It's difficult to think of a more compelling reason to vote for Jim Talent for Senate than that the notoriously liberal St. Louis Post-Dispatch endorsed his opponent, Sen. more…

The usual suspects

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The people of Washington, D.C., breathed a little easier after authorities announced that two men, believed to be the key figures in the string of cold-blooded murders, had more…

Pay for failure

by Jon Dougherty -- Bureaucratic misconduct is always inexcusable, but its ill effects are amplified when a national emergency is afoot. When the country is in dire straits, what may ordinarily seem more…

Old enough to kill, too young to pay

by Thomas Jipping -- The Supreme Court has, unintentionally, told us that in the upcoming election, freedom itself is at stake and that every vote counts. In January 1981, 17-year-old Kevin Stanford more…

Sniper scorecard

by Ellen Ratner -- Finally, it's over. After a few weeks on the learning curve, the cops appear to have pulled off a stunning investigative coup using lots of brains, shoe leather more…