Racing to judgment

by Michael Medved -- The controversial July 6 Inglewood arrest of 16-year-old Donovan Jackson occurred only a few blocks away from the tragic July 4 shootings at Los Angeles International Airport, but more…

Wipe that smile off your face!

by Barbara Simpson -- Dear America West, "Wassa matta? Ain't ya got no sensa yuma?" The answer clearly is "no" – given the sensitivity of the crew on an AW morning flight more…

Endlessly playing the race card

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Any regular viewer of CNN, MSNBC or Fox News has seen the videotape: A handcuffed black 16-year-old being body-slammed on the hood of a police car and punched more…

Knowing terrorism when we see it

by Joseph Farah -- Do you get the feeling America is having trouble defining who the enemy is in this war on terror? How else can you explain the FBI's continuing refusal more…

Yank your kids out of school

by Joel Miller -- Let me ask you a question. Which is worse: The drugs your children might pick up in public school, or the ideas? It's a serious question, asked mainly more…

Pledge allegiance to the fraud

by Jerry Falwell -- Atheist firebrand Michael Newdow brought suit against the Pledge of Allegiance by proclaiming his 8-year-old daughter was offended by its recitation in her public-school classroom. That entire case more…

Losing patience with the U.N.

by Henry Lamb -- Tommy Thompson, secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, went to Barcelona earlier this week to speak to the U.N.'s 14th International Conference on AIDS. more…

Does he or doesn't he? Blix knows

by Gordon Prather -- The war hawks are desperately looking for some excuse – acceptable to you soccer-moms – to invade Iraq and string-up Saddam Hussein by his nubbies. They hope to more…

Hollywood's 'quirky business culture'

by Ted Baehr -- HOLLYWOOD, Calif. – Once upon a time, Hollywood was a cohesive community. Most of the top moguls were immigrant, or second generation, Jews who felt a great deal more…

He who owns the gold, makes the rules

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The rusty colored building that houses the Bank for International Settlements in Basle, Switzerland, looks like any other round office building, yet a small sign by the steps more…