Tracing the untraceable

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The "King of the Hill" game has been played out all through history. The person who will become "King of the Hill" is the one who wins all more…

Transforming America

by Henry Lamb -- Whether it's wildfires in the West, or floods in Florida, the consequences of ill-conceived land-use policy is wreaking havoc in the lives of too many citizens. Until the more…

Dumb and dumber choices

by Jon Dougherty -- School choice proponents are cheering last week's "landmark education decision" by the Supreme Court. After a decade of debate, justices have ruled that it is constitutional to use more…

Our Declaration

by Ellen Ratner -- WE hold these Truths to be self-evident, that all Men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable Rights, that among these are more…

Do you really want to pledge to the flag?

by Harry Browne -- The California ruling that the Pledge of Allegiance can't be recited in government schools has given a much-needed lift to the conservative movement. With George Bush devoted to more…

The Second War of Independence

by Joseph Farah -- I wasn't going to write a column today, but the reaction to yesterday's "Happy Dependence Day" commentary inspired me to offer a few more thoughts for this July more…

Urgent: Don't procrastinate! Vaccinate!

by Medicine Men -- Let's celebrate this July 4th with a resounding firecracker for freedom from smallpox terrorism – in the form of allowing smallpox vaccinations for those that want them. As more…

Flogging Daschle's 'Baby'

by Craige McMillan -- If the media trumpets one more turbo-spin Democrat blaming Republicans for America's lawless CEOs, I just may go postal – at least over the Internet. In a Monday more…

Barking up the wrong tree

by Les Kinsolving -- "This is not to say that the current President Bush actually listens to the whole thing, which can drag on for 45 minutes and culminate in ridiculousness. 'He's more…

Which is worse: Worldcom or Congress?

by Walter Williams -- President Bush said he was "deeply concerned" about some of the accounting practices in corporate America and called "outrageous" the disclosure that WorldCom, which is $32 billion in more…