What are the Darwinists
afraid of?

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- In the "Monkey Trial," 80 years ago, the issue was: Did John Scopes violate Tennessee law forbidding the teaching of evolution? Indeed he had. Scopes was convicted and more…

U.S. debt explosion!

by Craig R. Smith -- "Are you saying ... that to maintain our lifestyle today, Americans are starting to borrow against their home equity and credit cards?" – Jan Mickelson, "Mickelson in the more…

Coming soon: 'Wag the Dog,' part 2

by Ellen Ratner -- The president's approval ratings are starting to look like a share of "dot bomb" stock in 1999. Even the most favorable polls show that Mr. Bush has lost more…

Clear and present danger

by Michael Ackley -- Editor's note: Michael Ackley's columns may include satire and parody based on current events, and thus mix fact with fiction. He assumes informed readers will be able to more…

Will Ottawa's anti-Americanism have a cost?

by Ted Byfield -- Harvey M. Sapolsky, who directs the Security Studies Program at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, told some unpleasant home truths to Canadians last month in a full-page article more…

U.S. sovereignty
slip-sliding away

by Henry Lamb -- It began in 1994. All the attention was focused on the new WTO emerging from the Uruguay round of GATT negotiations. Little attention was paid to the Summit more…

Frist's stem-cell confusion

by Kelly Hollowell -- I have never been so personally affected by a politician as last Friday when Sen. Bill Frist announced his support of embryonic stem-cell research. In my view, there more…

More empty threats
against Iran

by Gordon Prather -- While making courtesy calls, John Bolton, our newly appointed ambassador to the United Nations, reportedly "raised possible Security Council action on Iran's announcement that it plans to resume more…