Senate's judicial powergrab

by Thomas Jipping -- Senate Democrats' assault on the judiciary has begun. Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., held a hearing June 26 in his subcommittee on the courts to lay the groundwork for more…

Greenspan: Financial Wizard of Oz

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON – "How can one man have so much power and not be held accountable?" asked Mike Heffernan after reading "Greenspan derailed the New Economy" in yesterday's WorldNetDaily. more…

Disney vs. history

by Bill O'Reilly -- This "Pearl Harbor" movie still bothers me. The Disney people re-edited the film for Japanese audiences because of "emotional sensitivity issues." In other words they softened what was more…

Smoke, mirrors and snake-oil salesmen

by Craige McMillan -- Perhaps in the end, demographics is what keeps inept, incompetent and corrupt leadership in place. It seems that just about the time one generation of the public wises more…

Parents as drug pushers

by Doug Casey -- Looking back at Columbine and other school shootings around the nation, it's easy to get caught up in the frenzy for government control of guns, the Net, and more…

Putin's dragon teeth

by J.R. Nyquist -- George W. Bush and Vladimir Putin met in Slovenia two weekends ago. The outcome of the meeting is now clear. Bush trusts the Russians and Putin concedes that more…

U.S. should get out of the Balkans

by Jon Dougherty -- See if you remember who said this: "Our military requires the rallying point of a defining mission: to be able to fight and win our nation's wars – more…

Too much presidential power

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- President Bush's proposal to subsidize private religious charity is a disaster in the making. It would wreck good charities by making them dependent on federal loot. It would more…

Why Cheney is compromised

by Joseph Farah -- When it comes to the politics of the Middle East, Vice President Dick Cheney is deepening his considerable involvement with some unsavory characters. During the fall U.S. presidential more…

Hispanic vote roundup

by Ruben Navarrette Jr. -- PHOENIX – These should be heady days for long-suffering Democrats here in the Grand Canyon state. A key constituency – Hispanics – grew by 88 percent in the more…