The smuggler's art

by Joel Miller -- What do you do when the law won't let you have what you want? Many people turn to smuggling. Some smuggling is mundane – illegally buying booze or more…

Nothing new under the sun

by Jon Dougherty -- Editor's note: This column contains graphic descriptions and language. The purpose is not to sensationalize but to provide the reader a full understanding of the subject matter of more…

Vaccinate now!

by Ellen Ratner -- I oppose the idea of a preemptive strike against Iraq. Working through the U.N. to first attempt a peaceful disarmament is the adult way to go. But that more…

Saudi suck-ups

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON – You should be outraged that your government has to sneak around to protect you. U.S. intelligence has known for a year that Saudi Arabia was a more…

A debate worth having

by Hugh Hewitt -- What a week the Democrats have had: Al Gore emerges in San Francisco to summon the peace caucus to his side (and the City Council of Santa Cruz more…

Sen. Schumer's evil experiment

by Thomas Jipping -- Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., these days looks like "Q"'s evil twin – while Q created gadgets to help James Bond beat the bad guys, Sen. Schumer creates them more…

The imminent rise of 'civic feminism'

by Medicine Men -- A year ago, the words "civic feminism" would have seemed a contradiction in terms, and a bitter one at that. After so many decades of gimme-gimme-gimme and boy-am-I-pissed, more…

The truth be told

by Bill O'Reilly -- How many times over the last year have we heard various pundits and agenda-driven bigmouths say the following: The United States is partly to blame for world terrorism more…

Two faces of child abuse: Toogood and too bad

by Jane Chastain -- Last Saturday, the country applauded as Madelyn Toogood turned herself in to authorities after being caught on videotape abusing her 4-year-old daughter in the parking lot of an more…

Truth or consequences

by Joseph Farah -- With the U.S. news media's growing infatuation with "fair and balanced" news presentations, it is losing sight of a principle far more important – truth. Editor & Publisher, more…