No Jimmy Carter for Lebanon

by Joseph Farah -- If you were going to rig a national election in a foreign police state, whom would you want to lead the international observers? For me, the answer is more…

How about global freezing?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Lately I have been reading "A Short History of Nearly Everything," a breezy pop summary of scientific knowledge from the big bang down to us, by Bill Bryson. more…

It's time to end judicial review

by Benjamin Shapiro -- Perhaps judicial review wasn't such a great idea after all. In Marbury v. Madison (1803), Supreme Court Chief Justice John Marshall assumed the power of judicial review over more…

Congress, the courts
and baseball

by -NO AUTHOR- -- While attempting to enjoy NCAA conference tournament action last weekend, in between bouts of averting my eyes to avoid the barrage of promos for ESPN's thug-fest called "Tilt," more…

Getting LOST

by Hal Lindsey -- President Bush returned longtime adviser Karen Hughes to the halls of power as America's new "undersecretary of state for public diplomacy". Hughes' appointment is part of a broader more…

'Business ethics' an oxymoron?

by Craige McMillan -- With former Worldcom chairman Bernard Ebbers now found guilty of looting the publicly traded company of $11 billion, Wall Street is asking, "Do we need a code of more…

Liberals: Wrong, wrong and wrong again

by Larry Elder -- Thirty-five percent of Americans, according to a 2004 Pew Research survey, call themselves conservative, while only 22 percent call themselves liberal (43 percent call themselves moderate) – a more…

Why the U.N. must go

by Joseph Farah -- Kofi Annan and the United Nations have said and done some pretty outrageous things in the past. But when the U.N. secretary general told the world last week more…