California, Kyoto and gasoline

by John N. Doggett -- The world must confront a harsh reality. As more countries expand their economies, the demand for energy will skyrocket. As more people, businesses and vehicles consume energy, we more…

Honest differences?

by Craige McMillan -- To outsiders, much of America's political debate must seem hopelessly fragmented. Like a bad soap opera, fractious causes appear without warning, stomp and fret across the stage, stirring more…

Top line vs. bottom line

by Doug Casey -- You'll recall that the emphasis during the Internet boom was on the growth of market share, and "top line" (gross) revenues. Of course growing the top line with more…

The Clinton legacy

by Bill O'Reilly -- There are times when I feel guilty for hammering Bill Clinton. He is a man who accomplished a miracle, rising up from humble beginnings in Hope, Ark., to more…

The real Arafat

by Joseph Farah -- With the recent capture of a fishing boat loaded with a massive quantity of advanced arms and ammunition all headed for the Palestinian Authority-controlled Gaza Strip, the world more…

PC crowd denounces new gay-straight study

by Jon Dougherty -- It never fails. When a researcher finds evidence of something that goes against the current grain of politically correct thought, that researcher and his data are trashed like more…

Rooted in the past

by J.R. Nyquist -- A few days ago I interviewed a young woman who is about to graduate with a university degree. Looking back on her education she had one regret. For more…

On race relations, color me confused

by Larry Elder -- I'm confused. Director Spike Lee calls racism America's "No. 1 problem." So he makes a film called "Bamboozled," which argues that white network executives intentionally put on the more…

The energy fiasco

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- Put the government in charge of anything, and sooner or later there will be gluts, shortages, or some other crazy dislocation. Thank goodness the government never decided to more…

Dems get selections right?

by Thomas Jipping -- President Bush has sent the Senate 11 nominees for positions on the U.S. Court of Appeals. Under the standards Democrats urged for Clinton nominees, they should be quickly more…