Dissing Justice Thomas

by Larry Elder -- Ebony, a monthly black magazine, puts out an annual list of the "100+ Most Influential Black Americans." First, the magazine's criteria. Influential means, "1. Does the individual transcend more…

Off with their heads!

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- Around the time when Timothy McVeigh was scheduled to be federally poisoned, the Chinese government scheduled its own death penalty. It had found a businessman guilty of evading more…

Offshore tax planning

by Doug Casey -- You may have seen, and perhaps can recall, a front page article in the Jan. 8, Wall Street Journal concerning the role of the Internet in whittling away more…

Rendering unto Caesar

by Jon Dougherty -- Readers of my column know that I have defended the Internal Revenue Service’s tax-collection mandate in the past. Additionally, I have said that the IRS should not bear more…

Big Brother vs. freedom of the press

by Joseph Farah -- NEW YORK -- On Saturday night, April 21, two FBI agents and a member of the Secret Service served the Independent Media Center in Seattle with a sealed more…

Can Democrats count accurately?

by Thomas Jipping -- Senate Democrats get high marks for creativity -- if not for consistency -- in the way they are approaching the confirmation of President Bush’s judicial nominees. The first more…

Accepting the unacceptable

by Bill O'Reilly -- Do you remember "Davy Crockett, King of the Wild Frontier"? How about Gidget or Annette Funicello? If those names prompt vivid images in your mind, then you also more…

Compassionate hatred

by Craige McMillan -- We live in an age of deceit, and few things today are more deceitful than the political left's phony compassion. From abortion to euthanasia, the Kyoto climate treaty more…

Revolutionaries versus conservatives

by J.R. Nyquist -- John Stuart Mill once described conservatives as "the stupid party." Clinging to tradition and established usage, the conservative is suspicious of radical change. Edmund Burke once wrote, "Old more…

Pride and professionalism

by Jon Dougherty -- Readers of WND’s online "rival," Newsmax.com, learned Tuesday that cyber-war expert Charles R. Smith, just joined that publication as a regular "pundit." In the bio of Charlie published more…