Parting company

by Walter Williams -- Each July 4, we celebrate the founding of our nation, but how many Americans understand – much less respect – the founding principles? I fear that, for most more…

Blame government for the economic bust

by Ilana Mercer -- When The People hoist their pitchforks, government responds. The "Sarbanes-Oxley Act," signed into law by President Bush, is such a response. Also known as the Corporate Corruption Bill, more…

People who love trees

by Joseph Farah -- They say we only hurt the ones we love. Never has this been more evident than in the case of the so-called environmentalists who worship trees and serene more…

A feminist end run around sovereignty

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- "The 'house of world order' will have to be built from the bottom up. ... An end run around sovereignty, eroding it piece by piece, will accomplish much more…

The left still controls the Democratic Party

by David Limbaugh -- Don't be fooled by the apparent rift in the Democratic Party among its presidential contenders in general, or between Al Gore and Joe Lieberman in particular. About a more…

'Lynching' in South Chicago

by Les Kinsolving -- Frequently in the first half of the last century, the Washington, D.C., headquarters of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People would publicly display a black more…

Every generation is tested by great evil

by Dennis Prager -- It would appear that every generation confronts a major moral test. A great evil presents itself as a good, and the world that is not victimized by that more…

Vision of darkness

by -NO AUTHOR- -- It should have come as no surprise that among the victims in Sunday's bus bombing in the Galilee were Arabs. The Galilee's population is 52 percent Arab, and more…

Scams, hoaxes and frauds

by Joseph Farah -- Someday, I may actually get a letter from the personal assistant to the former president of Nigeria wanting to give me $30 million. But I won't read it. more…

Driving with a sledgehammer

by Vox Day -- Watching CNBC or reading the business section of the Wall Street Journal leaves one marveling at the wondrous ability of federal bureaucrats to scrutinize – down to the more…