Destroying our way of life

by Tom Ambrose -- Some of you may remember back to the San Francisco riots in the 1970s when the homosexual-rights movement found its voice after members of their community were beaten more…

Kwame knows best

by Debbie Schlussel -- Kwame Brown. If you're a taxpayer, remember that name. If you're not a sports fan, you've probably never heard of Brown. But if you're tired of subsidizing sports more…

Lawyers' Bill of Fights

by Medicine Men -- Yes, this is probably the thousandth commentary you've seen regarding the controversy over the "Patients' Bill of Rights." This gives us the chance tell you – that once more…

Jefferson detractor humiliated

by Alan W. Bock -- I know that Schadenfreude – the joy at the discomfort of another – is an unworthy emotion, so I'm trying hard to suppress it. Nonetheless, I can't help more…

Conservatives win, neo-cons don't

by Jon Dougherty -- Republican strategists and political leaders can continue to listen to neo-conservative pinheads pushing their "move-to-the-center" garbage – and lose – or they can start taking the advice of 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…

What are Daschle and McCain planning?

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- The famous weekend meeting by Democrat Senate Leader Tom Daschle and Republican Sen. John McCain at the latter's home in Arizona has raised a great deal of speculation more…

Daring to question the Welfare State

by Larry Elder -- Did Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill commit a "gaffe" of epic proportions? Former Clinton Labor Secretary Robert B. Reich certainly thinks so. In an interview with Financial Times, O'Neill more…