Gold: The perfect asset

by Doug Casey -- New production and industrial consumption are relatively unimportant determinants of gold's price, even though many pundits make much of them. Unlike any other metal, most of the gold more…

Who needs rules in politics?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Whoever said that rules are made to be broken was not raised in the same house that I was. My parents took a dim view of any of more…

Ted Kennedy, wrong again

by Joseph Farah -- "Let every nation know, whether it wishes us well or ill, that we shall pay any price, bear any burden, meet any hardship, support any friend, oppose any more…

When children murder

by Bill O'Reilly -- Charlie Young had something in common with most of us. He was an American citizen entitled to basic freedoms, including the pursuit of happiness. But Charlie's pursuit was more…

Dems to Torch: Only crooks who can win

by Ann Coulter -- Democratic Sen. Robert Torricelli's announcement that he was pulling out of the New Jersey Senate race this week looked like a confession of guilt in a Soviet show more…

Snoop Dogg, Miss Piggy and Macy's

by Larry Elder -- The Wall Street Journal recently reported that Calvin Broadus, aka Snoop Doggy Dogg, now sees himself as a mainstream commercial entity. That's right, according to the rapper, who more…

Congressional traitors

by Joseph Farah -- In another time, in a similar situation, Rep. Jim McDermott, D-Wash., and Rep. David Bonior, D-Mich., would be indicted for high treason and face the death penalty for more…

Too bad, Mrs. Toogood, we're taking your kids

by Ilana Mercer -- Had I been caught on camera administering an admittedly vigorous hiding to my daughter, my first instinct would be to flee much like Madelyne Gorman Toogood did. Toogood's more…

Jesus no! Satan yes!

by Hal Lindsey -- Students and parents have to prepare in advance for the inevitable lawsuits that immediately follow any effort to form a Bible club at a public school. Such a more…

2 cheers for Jim McDermott

by Ellen Ratner -- Prof. William Ian Miller, in his book "The Mystery of Courage," notes that of the many different forms of courage, two have always stood out as especially admirable: more…