Clever strategy in Iraq

by Jude Wanniski -- To: Scooter Libby, Vice President Cheney's chief of staff From: Jude Wanniski Re: Showing Saddam who's the Boss The reason I am writing to you, Mr. Libby, and more…

Fiddling while Rome flunks out

by Walter Williams -- What's an important priority for black politicians and civil-rights organizations? First, there's the Confederate flag that must be removed from public buildings in South Carolina, Georgia and Mississippi. more…

Killing the death tax

by Harry Browne -- The debate continues over whether to repeal the estate tax (better known as the death tax). Proponents of repeal say that: The tax is being imposed a second more…

Cross-border dope war

by Ruben Navarrette Jr. -- DALLAS -- Leadership is not about just taking charge, but taking responsibility. President Bush illustrated that in Mexico last week when, on behalf of the American people, he more…

Rendering unto Caesar

by Joseph Farah -- I've been pilloried by Christians for the last week for opposing the federal seizure of a church in Indianapolis. Most of the criticism boils down to two scriptural more…

More than just cutting taxes

by Jon Dougherty -- During his Saturday radio address, President George W. Bush pledged to spend nearly $48 billion more to expand Department of Education programs. I don't know about you, but more…

World's fate hangs on 35 acres

by Hal Lindsey -- I know this must sound crazy, but I believe the fate of the world will be determined by an ancient feud over 35 acres of land. As we more…

Bring down the beast

by David Hackworth -- Iraq, under the control of Saddam Hussein and his sinister, Mafia-like tribe, remains a clear and present danger to his citizens, neighbors and the world. He not only more…

Bread and circuses

by Bill O'Reilly -- It is very ironic that the movie "Gladiator" has been nominated for 12 Academy Awards, because this film chronicles a past era that America now seems to be more…

Clinton woos media as Bush governs

by David Limbaugh -- Recent news stories on former president Clinton and President Bush serve to contrast their styles and needs. Clinton can't seem to get enough media attention, and Bush appears more…