A solution for the Middle East

by Harry Browne -- George Bush wants Ariel Sharon to stop doing what George Bush has been doing for the past six months – using force to crush his enemies. Doesn't Bush more…

Ted Kennedy: Now in charge of health care

by Jane Chastain -- Ever wonder why Democrats are putting up roadblocks to President's Bush picks to the judiciary but his nominees to head the National Institutes of Heath and surgeon general more…

A market of extremes

by Doug Casey -- It's funny how the worm turns. Not even counting things like Tulip Mania and the South Sea and Mississippi Bubbles, financial history is replete with times such as more…

No peace till the oil runs dry

by -NO AUTHOR- -- My Arabic education has been a bittersweet one, starting in 1990, watching what the Iraqis did to Kuwait and the people there. I then spent, literally, 3,300 hours more…

Should insurance cover crazies?

by Medicine Men -- Sometime toward the end of the last millennium, we Americans developed a curious notion. Everything that's good should be a right. We forgot that how we manufacture and more…

Suffer the Palestinian children

by Larry Elder -- I spent my 21st birthday, in 1973, in Jerusalem, months before the Yom Kippur War. As part of the college junior semester abroad, I lived and traveled in more…

The Clinton Rehab Project,
part 2

by Ann Coulter -- You know you've lived a good life when both Fidel Castro and Bill Clinton mutter your name in disgust. If Vlad the Impaler knew about Orlando Bosch, he'd more…

Making noise on the 'Day of Silence'

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: Today, homosexual-rights activists are sponsoring a "Day of Silence" in U.S. public schools, where participating students are encouraged to stay silent for nine hours, handing out more…

Pity the poor Palestinians

by David Kupelian -- Pity the poor Palestinians, for truly they are victims in this war. They could have lived side by side with the Israelis. But a cruel, conniving, terroristic people more…

Combating federal tyranny

by Walter Williams -- A couple of weeks ago, I reviewed Loyola University (Maryland) professor of economics Thomas DiLorenzo's "The Real Lincoln," a book that presented abundant evidence that most of the more…