My enemy's enemy's friend

by Erik Rush -- You've probably heard the saying "my enemy's enemy is my friend." Leaving aside the question of its relative truth, let me know if your brain hurts after trying more…

Victory for 1st Amendment?

by Joseph Farah -- When a federal judge ruled a stone with the Ten Commandments inscribed on it could stay on city property in a Utah community, some might be tempted to more…

'Man bites dog' budget

by Jane Chastain -- In 2006, poor women and children will be going to bed hungry. Schools will be without textbooks, chalk and erasers. Disabled veterans will be thrown out into the more…

Teresa's taxes

by Craige McMillan -- QUESTION: If I leave some of my estate to a private foundation, will I avoid estate taxes? ANSWER: Yes. All estate gifts to a private foundation are fully more…

Another blow at 'donor's intent'

by -NO AUTHOR- -- One of the major scandals in the field of charitable giving is the way in which a foundation set up to serve certain purposes has the money squandered more…

Spectators again in 2004

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- About George W. Bush, Americans seem to have made up their minds, and enough seem prepared to replace him that this election will be about John Kerry. And more…

Three cheers for The Cos

by Walter Williams -- May 17 saw several gatherings commemorating the 50th anniversary of the 1954 U.S. Supreme Court school desegregation decision in Brown v. Board of Education. But the event held more…

Torturers' apprentices

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- This was no Quaker penitentiary designed for leisurely repentance in vaulted, sky-lit cells encouraging quiet solitary reflection. Has your stomach unclenched yet after seeing that vile photo of more…