NEA: Warping young minds

by Don Feder -- As millions of children head back to class this week, members of the National Education Association will be at the schoolhouse door, waiting to warp impressionable minds. Between more…

Safety at all costs?

by Walter Williams -- There's the old admonition: It's better to be safe than sorry. The fact of life is that one can be both safe and sorry – that's if we more…

The U.N.'s Wansee Conference

by Hal Lindsey -- The United States and Israel pulled out of the Durban Conference on Racism over the weekend, primarily because it had degenerated into a conference of racists. I've been more…

Don Wan and the toxic distractions

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Every summer seems to have its media madness. This summer, we are so obsessed with Gary Condit's pinched, pale, wan, wax-museum puss plastered across our front pages and more…

Uncontrollable borders

by Daniel Pipes -- Something unprecedented and possibly highly significant happened last week in Australia, when the government resorted to military force to keep out 434 would-be refugees, nearly all of them more…

Defining respect

by Ruben Navarrette Jr. -- President Bush is welcoming his amigo Mexican President Vicente Fox to the White House with the greeting: "Mi casa blanca es su casa blanca." And indeed, Fox is more…

The immigration scam

by Harry Browne -- President Bush has re-aroused the long-simmering arguments about immigration with a proposal to grant amnesty to some illegal immigrants. Arguments about immigration will always be with us. But more…

Bush administration shows backbone

by David Limbaugh -- Kudos to the Bush administration and Secretary of State Colin Powell for taking a principled and courageous stand in withdrawing from the United Nations World Conference Against Racism. more…

What Greenspan has to do

by Jude Wanniski -- Memo To: Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan From: Jude Wanniski Re: Acknowledging Error It is getting time, Alan, for you to find a way to admit you have been more…

The noble profession

by Elizabeth Farah -- Do you remember your kindergarten teacher? I remember mine. Mrs. Penny was her name. I loved Mrs. Penny. We all did. I wonder why? I think I know: more…