Hsu's money was it, anyway?

by Craige McMillan -- In many ways, the story of Norman Hsu is a story in miniature of today's Democratic Party. Mr. Hsu: Took money from one group of people and gave more…

The suffering of 'secret believers'

by Rebecca Hagelin -- For many people around the world, religious freedom is an alien concept. No "First Amendment" protects them. No tradition of religious liberty permits them to worship according to more…

Jena 6: Another case of unequal justice for blacks?

by Larry Elder -- About the so-called Jena 6, reasonable people can disagree about whether or not prosecutors initially charged the Jena, La., defendants too harshly. The black teenage defendants stand accused more…

A 'gay' guide to GOP candidates

by Joseph Farah -- Salon magazine recently performed a public service for homosexuals – publishing a thorough "gay" guide to the GOP presidential candidates. But it's not just a public service for more…

A madman's victory

by Tristan Emmanuel -- Too bad Dr. Lee Bollinger, who has a law degree, forgot an essential cross-examination principle: Never ask a hostile witness a question you don't already know the answer more…

The impotence pandemic

by Judith Reisman -- Sex therapists and pornographers have long prescribed pornography to correct male impotence and to "spice up" a couple's sex life. However, the broader meaning of "potency" is one's more…

Are those Hillary's fingerprints on Jena?

by Jack Cashill -- By their sheer shock value, some news stories force their way into the public imagination. The Aug. 4 shooting and slashing of four college-bound black teens in Newark more…