The dangers of overexposing yourself

by Phil Elmore -- Previously in "Technocracy," I've discussed the disturbing trend in censorship among technology providers, ranging from Internet Service Providers (whose refusal to honor peering agreements cuts off their customers more…

No Child Left Accountable

by -NO AUTHOR- -- There's a movement afoot in American education to eliminate the letter F from students' report cards, and that spells big trouble for America's kids and, ultimately, for America. more…

Illinois politics: 'Pay to play'

by Bill Press -- Among America's governors, one man stands out for delivering on a liberal agenda. In just six years, he brought about ethics reform and continued the state's moratorium on more…

Legitimizing the black fringe

by Erik Rush -- Lest I wax tedious, there are certain truths that must be "drummed home," as it were, for people to take sufficient notice of them. We have already witnessed more…

Ayers doth protest too much

by Jack Cashill -- Friday last, Bill Ayers wrote an op-ed for the New York Times protesting the "unrepentant terrorist" role into which he had been cast in the Republicans' "profoundly dishonest more…

Congress oversteps its bounds … again

by Walter Williams -- Let's not allow Congress and members of the bailout parade panic us into allowing them to do things, as was done in the 1930s, that would convert a more…

Intolerant ignoramuses on the left

by Burt Prelutsky -- The other day, I read a letter to the editor in the L.A. Times written by an irate homosexual. Come to think of it, is there any other more…

Minnesota ballots: Land of 10,000 fakes

by Ann Coulter -- What is the point of having a hand recount of ballots in the Minnesota Senate race if the Democratic secretary of state is going to use the election more…

'The doctor will see all of you now'

by Phyllis Schlafly -- You are sitting in a doctor's waiting room with eight other sick patients, and the nurse announces: The doctor will see all of you now – at the more…