Left's m.o. -- decry dissent

by Don Feder -- To advance its more fanciful proposals, the left regularly resorts to denunciations. Leftists often begin hesitatingly, with the subliminal knowledge that the public is adverse to causes absurd more…

Let's soak the rich?

by Joel Miller -- "[I]n the most advanced countries the following will be pretty generally applicable. … Abolition of all right of inheritance." -- Karl Marx, The Communist Manifesto Nothing demonstrates man's more…

Just do it!

by Cynthia Grenier -- Enough with diets! Americans are just plain self-indulgent. I absolutely cannot stand it a minute longer. Everywhere I turn, I find yet another article about how not only more…

Defusing green booby-traps

by Gordon Prather -- The polls say that Americans, by a margin of about two to one, think George II is doing a really good job as president. The media elite -- more…

Sowing seeds of conflict

by Richard Grenier -- If you've never been in Cincinnati, you would not think it a tinderbox for a race riot. Admittedly, 40 percent of the population is black. A large portion more…

Don't be left behind!

by Jerry Falwell -- In recent years, a number of Hollywood films have examined -- sometimes quite maladroitly -- biblical prophecy. While most of these films -- "The Ninth Gate," "Bless the more…

Up close and getting dirty

by Ruben Navarrette Jr. -- A border town is a fine place to contemplate the breaking of barriers. I also thought I'd consider a question posed to me last fall by a Dallas more…

Rescuing America's unborn children

by Alan Keyes -- The U.S. Congress this week passed -- and sent on to the Senate -- a bill to protect unborn children against violence suffered from assaults on the mother. more…

Leftist hysterics over Bush High Court picks

by Jon Dougherty -- I don't know about you, but I think it's high time Americans began to insist on the elimination of leftist pinheads from our elite institutions of academia, and more…

The Weekest link

by Bill Steigerwald -- Sick of Newsweek's liberal overspin? Tired of Time's do-gooder journalism and U.S. News & World Report's fevered, sky-is-falling environmentalism? Don't have all week to read the Economist (and more…