Feminizing the Black Beret

by Bob Just -- In 1993, a San Francisco law firm going about a normal business day suddenly found itself under fire. A maniac gunman entered the firm and starting randomly shooting more…

In defense of the Constitution

by Tom Ambrose -- Dear Harry, Thank you for responding so quickly to my column. Your obvious concern for what I had to say wasn't a big surprise either. And, even though more…

Still no reason to hold equities

by Jude Wanniski -- To: Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan From: Jude Wanniski Re: What you are doing to Wall Street As the stock market continues to sink while corporations find earnings disintegrating, more…

Bush tax cut one big IOU

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON – Republicans keep touting the $1.35 trillion tax cut as the biggest in 20 years. That's misleading. It's the biggest promise in 20 years. President Reagan, without more…

Thou shalt kill?

by Hal Lindsey -- Timothy McVeigh was finally put to death on Monday. The Oklahoma City monster is no more. It's over. Unless you pick up a newspaper, turn on the news more…

Why property is important

by Joseph Farah -- Imagine you have just purchased a two-bedroom condo in New York City. You saved for 10 years to buy it. It is conveniently located, has a beautiful view more…

ACLU on godless quest

by Don Feder -- The American Civil Liberties Union is on a mission – but not from God. Its goal: to obliterate evidence of America's religious heritage. Last week, the ACLU filed more…

Howling for Ginsberg

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Very moving, watching a librarian read Allen Ginsberg's poem "To Aunt Rose" out loud at a memorial for the late poet (1926-1997) and break into tears. Though the more…

Slavery reparations

by Walter Williams -- Today, there are increasing numbers of black professionals and scholars advocating reparations for slavery. New York Times staff writer Tamar Lewin, in her June 3 article "Calls for more…

What's new in Peru?

by Ruben Navarrette Jr. -- DALLAS – One can judge a nation by how it treats the conquered. And, in the Americas, the conquered too often have been indigenous. In the United States, more…