Bye-bye Beethoven, Bach and Brahms

by Jude Wanniski -- To: George Jellinek, WQXR From: Jude Wanniski Re: The End of Classical Music What a nice piece about you in the September Opera News by Brian Kellow in more…

Tennessee Underworld revisited

by Joseph Farah -- "WASHINGTON – Democratic presidential candidate Al Gore accepted campaign contributions from executives of a Connecticut business allegedly tied to organized crime and the federal corruption investigation in Waterbury." more…

Usable black history

by Walter Williams -- John McWhorter, linguistics professor at the Berkeley campus of the University of California, has written a compelling essay in the summer 2001 issue of City Journal titled, "Toward more…

Keeping Latinos in tow

by Ruben Navarrette Jr. -- DALLAS – If Latino and African American professionals want to remain in the good graces of liberal Democrats, they need only follow three simple rules. Always stay humble more…

Condit interview will be pointless

by Jon Dougherty -- Well, well. Rep. Gary Condit, D-Calif., who has admitted to an affair with missing 24-year-old former D.C. intern Chandra Levy, has consented to an interview Thursday night on more…

Speaking the Big Lie

by Hal Lindsey -- Again this week, I planned a column dealing with one of the other hot topics that challenge our world, but events in the Middle East remain on the more…

Conservative magazine
goes to pot

by Don Feder -- If you're looking for a good pot party on the right (Edmund Burke meets Cheech and Chong), check out the pages of National Review. Legalization of marijuana is more…

Soldiers win battles, not staff weenies

by David Hackworth -- The U.S. Army has 10 active-duty fighting divisions. Almost all are at 100 percent strength, thanks to Army Chief of Staff Eric Shinseki, who cut some of the more…

Reading the Left Angeles Times

by Hugh Hewitt -- Newspapers, like most human institutions, are either improving or declining. The competitive environment is too intense to allow for stable hierarchies. In the age of Internet-available papers, even more…

Prepare for 2 wars

by Frank J. Gaffney Jr. -- This just in: The retired four-star admiral who formerly commanded all American forces in the Pacific (a job known as CINCPAC) and served until recently as U.S. Ambassador more…