The voters' revenge

by Craige McMillan -- For the first time in many an electoral moon, we've had a real election horse race to follow on election evening. Voter News Service swallowed its own hype more…

A political Gettysburg

by Hugh Hewitt -- The elections of 2002 represent just another in a series of battles between the major parties for majoritarian status in the country. This war began in the aftermath more…

Setting the Clintons straight

by Joseph Farah -- When Hillary Clinton told a group of Democratic Party Hollywood hacks recently that George W. Bush was "selected" as president, she was not only speaking for herself, she more…

Saddam Hussein charges voter intimidation

by Ann Coulter -- It's hard to say whether election night was worse for Saddam Hussein or Barbra Streisand. Apparently America doesn't want to surrender in the war on terrorism or outlaw more…

Greed City: A post-election fantasy

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- I have this persistent fantasy – being trapped in an elevator with House Majority Leader Dick Armey, R-Texas. And soon, too, before he retires. I know you shouldn't more…

Why voting doesn't count

by Ilana Mercer -- Writer Henry Lamb's boosterish gush about voting is typical of the confusion over the democratic process. Mr. Lamb does demonstrate a fleeting understanding of the principles undergirding a more…

Getting past the CNN-spin

by Hugh Hewitt -- I have spent the past five days on the road, radio broadcasting from the Twin Cities and from Denver in an effort to get past the CNN-spin (constant, more…

Fall doesn't mean failing

by Cassandra Walker -- The old adage, "Spring forward, Fall back" reminds me, as we just did, to turn my clocks back the last Sunday in October. It is during this time, more…

The politics of envy

by Walter Williams -- In his Oct. 20, 2002, New York Times Magazine article titled "For Richer: The Disappearing Middle Class," Princeton University economist Professor Paul Krugman wrote, "For the America I more…