How our attorney general defines justice

by Nat Hentoff -- When Michael Mukasey, a widely respected former federal judge, was nominated by President Bush to succeed Alberto Gonzales as U.S. attorney general, I doubt even his most enthusiastic more…

Radiologists who take more than X-rays

by Joel Hesch -- The day before I started working as a law school professor, I spent most of the night in the emergency room with a sharp pain in my lower more…

You can't fuel all of the people all of the time

by Ann Coulter -- Liberals dismiss studies that show a link between abortion and breast cancer, claiming they are biased because the people promoting the studies are "anti-choice." For the same reason, more…

Warning: Spoiled wife with plastic

by Dave Ramsey -- Dear Dave, We're so close to being debt-free, but I can't get my wife to stop using credit cards. We pay them off every month, but it still more…

Flip-flops that would make John Kerry blush

by David Limbaugh -- The Washington Post reports that Sen. Barack Obama is aggressively trying to reintroduce himself to voters, echoing the spin of Obama's advisers that not everyone knows him yet. more…

A step closer to educational fascism

by Joseph Farah -- This year is the 160th anniversary of public education in California. That might seem to be a landmark – a cause of celebration in some circles. However, the more…

Being black isn't a skill set

by Mychal Massie -- America has long been ready to elect a black president, as long as he is qualified – and in the case of Barack Obama, even if he isn't. more…

Go ahead: Arrest me

by Janet Porter -- Censorship. Book burning. The Criminalization of Christianity. It's here and it's now the law in the state of Colorado. The Ku Klux Klan can march. The Nazis can more…

Bosom amputees on parade

by Les Kinsolving -- That New England colloquialism "Banned in Boston" in the early part of the last century used to apply to a range of prohibitions, from the outlawing of contraceptives more…