ADA success? At what?

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- President Bush celebrated the 11-year-old Americans With Disabilities Act by calling for the regulatory screws to be tightened against American business. In his recent radio address, he touted more…

Crystal-balling gold markets

by Doug Casey -- What's next for gold? Most surprising to me is the price of gold itself. I'm not a believer in conspiracy theories, so it's hard for me to credit more…

'Fixing' Social Security

by Larry Elder -- As Congress debates "fixing" the Ponzi scheme we call Social Security, consider a few things: Congress established Social Security with a little-known loophole, allowing states and municipalities to more…

Greatest cure for sexual woes

by Judith Reisman -- Editor's note: Eunice Ray, founder and director of RSVP America, contributed to this report. Contrary to the love story in the summer box office disappointment "Pearl Harbor," Tom more…

Riot ideology and 'de-policing'

by Walter Williams -- A Seattle policeman explained de-policing as: "Parking under a shady tree to work on a crossword puzzle is a great alternative to being labeled a racist and being more…

Take my bike, please

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Why does adulthood seem to needlessly complicate things? Take riding a bike. One of my best memories as a kid growing-up in small-town America is riding a bicycle, more…

Dope File: Stiff joints

by Joel Miller -- Dead dope While looking for new ways to get high, some marijuana smokers have decided to get low, six feet under to go metaphorical on you. Taking the more…

Arab public opinion

by Joseph Farah -- WASHINGTON – What does the Arab world really think about the Mideast conflict? That was the subject of a July 25 op-ed piece in the Washington Post by more…

Get serious, Reform Party

by Jon Dougherty -- In case you didn't know it – and, judging by the lack of media attention, you probably didn't – the Reform Party had its annual convention last weekend more…

The Temple Mount uprising

by Hal Lindsey -- Every year, it seems, I write that title, and every year the same copy follows it. This year, the only thing significantly different is that the Arabs aren't more…