Threatening the power of the black elite

by Jesse Lee Peterson -- This past week, I debated Professor Michael E. Dyson on "The Case For/Against Reparations for African Americans" at the annual convention of the National Association of Black Journalists more…

Bailing out Brazil – Or Robert Rubin?

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- What has happened to Paul O'Neill? Our tough-love treasury secretary seems to have undergone a road-to-Damascus conversion to the Clintonite policy of bailing out bankrupt Third World regimes. more…

The importance of boundaries

by Ilana Mercer -- The public diary Not all bloggers (keepers of a web log) are self-aggrandizing. Some bloggers do offer a thoughtful, well-written and ego-unencumbered web diary. The process of a more…

The growing power of the blog

by Hugh Hewitt -- I am not now, nor have I ever been, a blogaholic. Sure, I visit a few blogs every day, and I check InstaPundit every few hours. I have more…

No nukes are good nukes

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- I was finally cleaning off my cluttered kitchen table – yes, tossing out the accumulated piles of local newspapers and city magazines dating back last year, even before more…

America: A sissified nation

by Walter Williams -- Benjamin Franklin warned, "They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety." But that's what the Bush administration and more…

Comfort, compassion and care

by Rebecca Hagelin -- Editor's note: This is the last in a four-part series by Rebecca Hagelin on death and dying as experienced through her mother's struggles and victories during her final more…

Trusting in the people comes of age

by -NO AUTHOR- -- A recent single-panel cartoon in The New Republic has the heading: "The preceding 22 years. A synopsis." Below, a caricatured President Reagan stands in the left of the more…

The kernel of evil

by Joseph Farah -- For many months I have been making the case against Saudi Arabia, explaining that it represents the very heart and soul of the evil in the Middle East more…

How the nuclear family became controversial

by Dennis Prager -- This past year, Los Angeles Family Magazine asked me to write an article making the case for the two-parent family. That a mainstream family magazine would commission such more…