The press and the terrorists

by Joseph Farah -- Two recent announcements by press organizations in the wake of the Islamic terrorist attacks on the U.S. are troubling: Reuters, the London-based international news wire service, has concluded more…

Judiciary misconduct

by Thomas Jipping -- A truly rare event occurs today in the Senate: a Judiciary Committee hearing on President Bush's judicial nominees. Before today, only nine of 55 nominees had received a more…

Print it!

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- Oh for the days of yesteryear, when everyone believed Alan Greenspan was the master of the universe. Sitting in his high-backed leather chair, surrounded by the million levers more…

Storms of destruction

by Craige McMillan -- "In the shadow of Thy wings I will take refuge, till the storms of destruction pass by." – Psalm 57 In the days when we all boarded airliners more…

Peace or appeasement?

by Hal Lindsey -- Just before the World Trade Center and the Pentagon attacks stood American foreign policy on its head, the United States was about to undertake an initiative that would more…

Homeland of the rave?

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- You have a theory. Actually, you have quite a few theories. Often, your brain is like the Internet. Meaning a farrago of facts, derived from avalanches of information more…

Rights revoked

by Ruben Navarrette Jr. -- The bad guys didn't just make us uncomfortable in our own country. The shame is that they made us much too comfortable with something that has no place more…

There's no free lunch

by Walter Williams -- Each semester, I spend a few minutes explaining to my students, both graduate and undergraduate, the first and second laws of thermodynamics. Why? Mother Nature permits us to more…

Being a visionary

by Jude Wanniski -- Memo To: Paul Volcker, former chairman, Federal Reserve Board From: Jude Wanniski Re: Top of the mountain I've been thinking about the day I sat in your office more…

Bin Laden has won

by Joseph Farah -- I didn't think it was possible that U.S. Mideast policy could get any worse than it was under former President Clinton. I was wrong. It just got worse more…