Democrats look ahead to spending spree

by Jon Dougherty -- The ink from President Bush's pen hadn't yet dried on the new $1.35 trillion, 10-year tax-cut law he signed on Thursday, before Democratic leaders were already vowing to more…

The attack of the rich juvenile delinquents

by Bill Steigerwald -- You have to work hard to get excited about crime these days, but the usually sober conservatives at American Enterprise are in quite a tizzy over juvenile delinquency. more…

The real McGuckin story

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: Don Harkins is the editor of the Idaho Observer. What follows are his thoughts and insights into this rapidly developing story. How do we, the government, more…

The sordid politics of race-baiting

by David Limbaugh -- Democrats are constantly putting Republicans on the defensive by hurling charges of prejudice and discrimination at them. Isn't it time the GOP turned the tables by calling Democrats more…

WNBA: Sports' big joke is closet deception

by Debbie Schlussel -- They're baaaaack. And it's scary. Unfortunately, the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) is back for a fifth season of ennui, ineptitude and annoying invasion of the national airwaves. more…

The 'Everlasting O.J. Syndrome'

by Medicine Men -- To paraphrase an old adage, "Shaft us once and it's your fault. But shaft us twice and it's our fault." O. J. Simpson was arrested five days after more…

It's over for tech heros – for now

by Bob Howard -- Many investors still refuse to accept the reality that the tech bubble has burst – and you can't remake bubbles. Once burst, they are gone. They seem to more…

Looking everywhere but where answer lies

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Government, Norbert Wiener noted in his seminal book, "Cybernetics," is equal to less than the sum of its parts. In the case of the Keane "separation technologies" – more…

Influence agents: Who started World War II?

by J.R. Nyquist -- Around 1990, a Soviet military-intelligence defector, writing under the name Viktor Suvorov, copyrighted a book alleging that Stalin was chiefly responsible for World War II. The book's title more…