Stop worrying and start living

by Robert Ringer -- More than 50 years ago, Dale Carnegie wrote one of the biggest-selling motivational books of all time, "How to Stop Worrying and Start Living." The book is a more…

Homeschool regulation: The revenge of the failures

by -NO AUTHOR- -- In their never-ending effort to "help" homeschoolers, public school bureaucrats periodically try to increase homeschooling regulations. This makes K-12 education perhaps a unique endeavor: it's a field in more…

The minimum-wage charade

by Jane Chastain -- Democrats in the House of Representatives have an ambitious list of proposals they will try to ram through in their first 100 hours at the controls. While some more…

'Progress' triumphs in Kansas

by Jack Cashill -- The chief editorial honcho at the Kansas City Star had been in the mood to gloat. Along with her colleagues at the Star and her corporate kin at more…

Flipping the bird – while black

by Larry Elder -- "Black Man Walking," read the headline of an article I just read in a local weekly newspaper. The author lives in an affluent, predominately white area, and in more…

The Democratic Party: A vast sleeper cell

by Ann Coulter -- Fortunately for liberals, the Iraqis executed Saddam Hussein the exact same week that former President Ford died, so it didn't seem strange that Nancy Pelosi's flag was at more…

Breaking down the 2008 presidential race

by Benjamin Shapiro -- It's the first week of 2007. And that means, of course, that it is time to break down the races for the Democratic and Republican presidential nominations. Yes, more…

Born Alive Veterans for Truth

by Jill Stanek -- On Jan. 10, 2005, newly elected U. S. Sen. Barack Obama sauntered a victory lap inside the Illinois state Capitol, where he had just tenured seven years as more…

GOP at crossroads

by David Limbaugh -- Rank-and-file Republicans are justifiably focused on their party's potential slate of presidential candidates in 2008, but I think they ought to be more concerned with the more fundamental more…

Michael Medved blows a gasket

by Joseph Farah -- An old adage came to mind while reading Michael Medved's latest blog entry: "Me thinks he doth protest too much." I'm going to rebut what I consider to more…