The government's political audits

by Joseph Farah -- You might think you live in America – land of the free, home of the brave. You might think you live in a country where, first and foremost, more…

Say 'bye, bye' to prescription drugs

by Harry Browne -- The politicians are competing to prove who is the most compassionate – who's most determined to bring down the cost of prescription drugs and make health care more more…

Watergate: The Sequel (Part II – The Money)

by Jane Chastain -- "When positive imagery about your own candidate proves insufficient, negative ads about your opponent are the only alternative."–Dick Gephardt, "An Even Better Place" Watergate II, like the original, more…

Medicine, crime and canines

by Medicine Men -- For Samantha, Danielle, Elizabeth, JonBenet, Cassandra and ... Their names whirl and twirl by our eyes daily like kids on a carousel. The heartache is they are all more…

What's next for Argentina?

by Doug Casey -- I can't remember how many currencies Argentina has run through since it went off the gold standard, but they've all eventually reached their intrinsic value. The current peso, more…

The poverty lobby

by Craige McMillan -- There's good money in poverty. Yes, you read that right. As a taxpayer, you might have innocently assumed that government was dedicated to reducing the numbers of poor more…

The Fast Food III vs. The Whopper

by Larry Elder -- Stop me before I eat again! This explains a recently filed lawsuit against four fast-food restaurant chains: McDonald's, Burger King, Wendy's and KFC Corporation. A lawyer, seeking to more…

Thinking like a terrorist

by Joseph Farah -- I wonder if our "Office of Homeland Security" has experts sitting around thinking like terrorists. If I was the director of that office, there are many things I more…

A legacy of shame

by Hugh Hewitt -- Sen. Patrick Leahy has set himself on a course that will link him to the legacy of another famous name from the Senate's past – Joe McCarthy. Like more…