Mainstreaming deviancy

by Debbie Schlussel -- Want a free boob job, courtesy of the U.S. government? As of Monday, if you work for the City of San Francisco, you're entitled to this bizarre perk. more…

How much is a life worth?

by Medicine Men -- We all think we're pretty valuable stuff. But what are we really worth? That all depends on whether you ask your mother, grandmother, siblings, your priest or rabbi, more…

Rethinking high-tech layoffs

by John N. Doggett -- The meltdown of the dot-coms is front-page news, and the carnage is not over. Financial analysts say that 80 percent of the dot-coms that are still alive in more…

Can you fire a naked baker?

by Ralph Reiland -- Pretend for a minute that it's 1960 and you're the manager of a grocery store. At 9:00 a.m., a cashier calls and says she won't be in because more…

Kerrey's ordeal

by Bill O'Reilly -- This Bob Kerrey situation is disturbing on a number of fronts. It has opened old Vietnam wounds and, at this point, is an unsolvable puzzle. Did Kerrey and more…

Another dangerous racket

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- Ain't government grand? Fifty years ago, it looted the American taxpayers to build a monstrous bombing contraption that is impossible to use in a way that doesn't harm more…

Dem opposition to missile defense is insane

by Jon Dougherty -- A commentary writer, opining on the very noticeable changes in leadership and management styles between President Bush and President Clinton, recently quipped, "What a difference 100 days makes." more…

W's unilateral disarmament plan

by J.R. Nyquist -- Would you enter into a solemn agreement with liars and gangsters? Perhaps you wouldn't, but your elected officials would. In fact, that is what the arms-control process has more…

The end of Christendom?

by Craige McMillan -- Question 1: Mr. Muggeridge, I'd like to ask whether you feel Christ has any plans for his humanity in the church, or is it part of the Christendom more…

Politicizing the courts

by Thomas Jipping -- Harvard law professor Laurence Tribe is at it again. According to the New York Times, he recently met with Senate Democrats who want to "change the ground rules" more…