Enron and Kyoto: Down in flames

by Gordon Prather -- You’ve probably heard the bad news about Enron going down in flames. But maybe Enron’s spectacular fall from grace will cause the carbon-dioxide emissions reduction program, mandated by more…

Enron bet on the wrong horse

by Henry Lamb -- Enron was one of the early members of the Global Climate Coalition, a group formed in 1989 by corporations concerned about the likelihood of global regulation of energy more…

Bullets and babies

by Rebecca Hagelin -- Let me be blunt: Allowing pregnant women, or new mothers, to remain in any military academy is just plain stupid. The summer of 1976 brought sweeping changes to more…

Pro-sports’ litigation Lolitas

by Debbie Schlussel -- Tennis Lolita Anna Kournikova soaks her billionaire ex-husband for millions. Not the real Anna Kournikova. But Lisa Bonder, who was Anna Kournikova before there was Anna Kournikova – more…

The Enron-Andersen debacle

by John N. Doggett -- Enron once was the darling of Wall Street. In early 2000, Fortune ranked Enron as the most innovative company in America for the fifth year in a row. more…

Washington's cockroaches

by Jon Dougherty -- If Americans needed a good excuse to rally around the idea of serious campaign finance reform, then failed energy giant Enron Corp. has now provided one. The trouble more…

Searching for higher truths

by Ellen Ratner -- First, I have to make a disclosure – a proud one. Bruce Ratner, the man whose company paid for the controversial statue of the three firemen raising the more…

Apocalyptic reflections

by David Dolan -- My heart was filled with sadness as I gazed out of the airplane window after landing at Newark airport last Friday. The landmark World Trade Center towers across more…

The United Nefarious

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The United Nations has a long-standing track record of seeking to obliterate every kind of freedom and moral principle historically held sacred by Americans. Indeed, the U.N. might more…

The sad suicide of Admiral Nimitz

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- The name of Chester W. Nimitz is legendary in the annals of naval warfare. In June 1942, Admiral Nimitz commanded the U.S. forces assigned to block a Japanese more…