Who should make medical decisions?

by Jon Dougherty -- There is so much arrogant presumption and hypocrisy present in the current "debate" in Congress over a so-called "Patient's Bill of Rights" measure that it's making me sick more…

America's Christian-hating public schools

by Craige McMillan -- "Religion, morality, and knowledge being necessary to good government, and the happiness of mankind, schools and the means of education shall forever be encouraged." – Northwest Ordinance, 1787 more…

Are we paranoid?

by J.R. Nyquist -- If you watch the communists, if you know anything about their ideology or their atrocities, then you might have reason to feel afraid when you hear Western leaders more…

Shackling the market

by Larry Elder -- Don't say price controls. Call it price mitigation. Call it price-hike avoidance mechanisms. Anything but price controls. In announcing a complex plan to avoid price hikes, the Bush more…

Scout's dishonor

by -NO AUTHOR- -- "Scout's Honor," the taxpayer-funded PBS film directed by homosexual activist Tom Shepard airing this week on public TV stations across the nation, applies all of the tricks to more…

Sourpussing public service

by Joel Miller -- What is it with liberals? Whether they're praising or protesting government, they always – or nearly always – wind up on the wrong end of things. Washington Post more…

Daschling judicial restraint

by Thomas Jipping -- Senate Democrats are wasting no time exploiting their newfound majority status. Refusing any concrete assurance of fair treatment for President Bush's judicial nominees, Majority Leader Tom Daschle has more…

The Chandra Levy disappearance

by Joseph Farah -- One thing is clear with regard to the disappearance of former D.C. intern Chandra Levy – you can't entrust your children to the care of Washington officials. No more…

Reading the Texas tea leaves

by Doug Casey -- It's been a generation since oil prices tripled in 1973 because of the Arab embargo, and then quickly doubled again in 1979 when Iran's Shah was deposed. The more…

Death penalty opponents unmasked

by Don Feder -- Timothy McVeigh was a test of faith for anti-death-penalty diehards. With Juan Raul Garza, executed yesterday in Terre Haute, Ind., they were on more familiar ground. The drug more…