Christmas in Beijing

by Gordon Prather -- Guess what? Premier Wen Jiabao of the People's Republic of China came to town this week and President Bush gave him a Christmas present – Taiwan. Well, he more…

Is there any hope for government?

by Kyle Williams -- Sens. Hillary Clinton and John Warner are sponsoring legislation that would enact a national seat belt law, requiring states to pass laws mandating the usage of seat belts more…

A federal judge gets one right

by Jerry Falwell -- Last week, a federal judge issued an important ruling that bears significance for public-school families that take seriously historic Judeo-Christian values. Detroit federal Judge Gerald Rosen's ruling upheld more…

'Exporting' high-tech jobs

by Ilana Mercer -- It's hard to tell who does a more energetic St. Vitus' dance when the "outsourcing" of high-tech jobs is mentioned: economic protectionists or free traders. St. Vitus was more…

Steely resolve needed by unions

by Jon Dougherty -- When President Bush imposed tariffs on some imported steel in 2001, I was genuinely surprised. Given the neocons' irrational lust for "free trade" to the point of allowing more…

The Howard Dean spin machine

by Joseph Farah -- I just got finished reading "Howard Dean: In His Own Words," a quickie campaign book of sayings – akin to Mao's Little Red Book in more ways than more…

Free Janice Rogers Brown

by Star Parker -- As Congress goes into recess, it appears President Bush's latest nominee for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, Janice Rogers Brown, will meet the same more…

Howard Dean's experiments on children

by -NO AUTHOR- -- While Howard Dean is a Northeastern liberal, he's no Michael Dukakis. So says William Kristol of the Weekly Standard, writing in the Washington Post about Dean's chances to more…

Airline captain takes NTSB to court

by Jack Cashill -- On Monday, Dec. 15, retired United Airlines Capt. Ray Lahr takes his case against the National Transportation Safety Board to court, the last adversary this unlikely activist ever more…

N.Y. Times' public editor takes the Raines

by Bob Kohn -- Here's a quiz for the newly appointed ombudsman, or "public editor," of the New York Times: Headline: "Medicare Law's Costs and Benefits Are Elusive" Lead Sentence: "Now that more…