Does he or doesn't he? Blix knows

by Gordon Prather -- The war hawks are desperately looking for some excuse – acceptable to you soccer-moms – to invade Iraq and string-up Saddam Hussein by his nubbies. They hope to more…

Dead Jews walking

by Fiamma Nirenstein -- The U.N. has convened the immense World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg at the end of August. The conference will be a chance to celebrate yet another more…

Another blatant lie

by Henry Lamb -- There are two schools of thought about lying. One school teaches that if you get caught in a lie, you lose credibility and no one will believe you more…

He who owns the gold, makes the rules

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The rusty colored building that houses the Bank for International Settlements in Basle, Switzerland, looks like any other round office building, yet a small sign by the steps more…

Republican 'obstructionists'

by Eric Hogue -- When you are called an "obstructionist" for a legitimate reason, aren't you really behaving like a hero? California Gov. Davis' $25 billion budget-deficit solution has been placed on more…

Individual rights vs. Guilt by association

by David Limbaugh -- Pop Quiz: What is the primary theory Democrats are using to establish Republican culpability regarding the series of corporate-fraud scandals? The painfully obvious answer is: guilt by association. more…

Acquisition or deprivation?

by Thomas Jipping -- Legal briefs are due today in an important case the Supreme Court will consider this fall. In the latest iteration of a 16-year legal fight, the Court's decision more…

Snapshots of Americana

by Jon Dougherty -- A note from Jon Dougherty: In the tradition of Thomas Sowell's "Random Thoughts on a Passing Scene," I wanted to bring my readers "snapshots of Americana" from time more…

All politics are international?

by Ellen Ratner -- The late, great Tip O'Neill once famously observed that all politics are local; but in our post 9-11 world, it seems some politics are less local than others. more…

What's wrong with baseball?

by Joseph Farah -- There's a virus spreading through American society today, and I fear it has infected Major League Baseball. The disease is called "non-competitiveness." Here are the symptoms in those more…