Is oil peaking today?

by Jerome R. Corsi -- A key argument to "Black Gold Stranglehold: The Myth of Scarcity and the Politics of Oil," is that energy resources are infinite, not finite. Craig Smith and I more…

Crucifying Conrad (Black)

by Ilana Mercer -- Mention Justice Department Uberbloodhound Patrick Fitzgerald and the Securities and Exchange Commission in one breath, and even the dimmest libertarian ought to see a flash of warning lights. more…

Kosovo: Clinton 'lied,
people died'?

by Larry Elder -- The White House – finally – began pushing back against irresponsible charges that Bush "lied" to the American people in making the case for war. The garrulous Sen. more…

A useful reform in Medicare

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Dr. Jacques Chaoulli (pronounced "shao-lee") is a wiry French Canadian physician of 53 who has almost single-handedly poked a huge hole in Canada's vaunted government health-care system. Several more…

His Homoness lectures
His Holiness

by Craige McMillan -- Last week, the Catholic Church issued new rules for its priests. It said, among other things, that Catholic seminaries were not going to become gay bath houses. If more…

Oil in bedrock granite
off Vietnam's shores

by Jerome R. Corsi -- "In the aftermath of a series of pullouts by Western oil majors, Vietnam has gone into partnership with its former Cold War ally Russia to develop its oil more…

How you can help shrink
the federal budget

by Jane Chastain -- When Congress returns to work next week, the first order of business will be to work out the differences in the deficit reduction plans passed by the House more…

N.Y. Time's double standard
on 'wholesale deceit'

by Jack Cashill -- New York Times reporter Nicholas Kristof launched the Joseph Wilson-Valerie Plame saga in a bitingly ironic May 2003 op-ed piece. Using Wilson's trumperies about his mission to Niger more…