Russia's economic expectations

by J.R. Nyquist -- Sergei Shishkaryov, deputy chairman of Russia's State Duma Committee on Foreign Affairs recently said, "Something is rotten in the kingdom of America." He spoke of "European concerns about more…

The Balkans quagmire

by Joseph Farah -- Remember when the United States sent troops to the Balkans to help "keep the peace"? They were supposed to stay for a year. That was six years ago. more…

Without papers, you are nothing

by Barbara Simpson -- There are times I'm almost embarrassed to be a radio talk show host. No, let me correct that. There are times that I'm embarrassed to be a talk more…

Disintegrating government

by Henry Lamb -- Vertical integration may be a wonderful strategy for business, where a central corporate headquarters controls every facet of the stream of activity that produces revenue – acquisition of more…

How much more?

by Yaffah daCosta -- "And you shall eat and be satisfied, and bless the Lord thy God for the good land which He hath given thee." (Deut. 8:8 KJV) For centuries, this more…

Running on the wild side

by Cynthia Grenier -- This Sunday winds up the third season of "Sex in the City." Then it's hiatus – to use the language of the world of TV – until January more…

In Cuba, I was a German shepherd

by Richard Grenier -- On Tuesday this week, after more than 40 years of standing stalwartly against Fidel Castro, the leading organization for Cuban exiles in Miami, the Cuban American National Foundation more…

Telling it like it is

by Ruben Navarrette Jr. -- Now that President Bush has come home for a month-long respite at his ranch outside Crawford, Texas, critics are implying that, after only seven months on the job, more…

Blasting Bush's record

by Chuck Baldwin -- The Bush record indicates that we need a real conservative in the Oval Office. A real conservative wouldn't propose increasing expenditures for the Department of Education to its more…