Why wreck Weyrich?

by Jude Wanniski -- Editor's note: Subbing for Jude Wanniski this week is a memo from Jude's colleague, Peter Signorelli, Polyconomics' resident specialist on the Middle East. To: Gustav Niebuhr, New York more…

What's in a political name?

by Joel Miller -- What does a person call himself these days? I used to call myself a conservative. But whenever I say that we ought to legalize crack cocaine, some conservatives more…

What's the deal with gas prices?

by Jon Dougherty -- Last week many of the largest U.S. oil companies released figures showing they have made record profits in the first quarter of 2001, "exceeding stockholders' expectations" after lower more…

Skeletons in the closet

by Joseph Farah -- Former Sen. Bob Kerrey's admission that his Navy unit killed innocent women and children in Vietnam 32 years ago is stunning. But even more stunning is Newsweek's decision more…

The horror that will never go away

by David Hackworth -- Ex-Sen. Bob Kerrey's admission about a 1969 Vietnam atrocity might have generated a media feeding frenzy, but it's not news to me. Nine years ago at Newsweek, I more…

Religious leaders who alibi for China

by Jane Chastain -- I was happy to hear Dr. Pat Robertson's recent public statements on China's brutal population control policy. I am not happy about the position taken by the chairman more…

Education: It's not the money

by David Limbaugh -- I think it's time for President Bush to reframe his education package. He should make school choice the centerpiece, rather than the perceived throwaway item of his plan. more…

Beijing bucks for Olympics

by Hugh Hewitt -- This is a cautionary tale, and the folks who should be cautioned are those atop the corporate pyramids across the land. The International Olympic Committee will decide in more…