Doping our kids

by Joel Miller -- For a country that rigorously fights to keep our kids off drugs, an ever-increasing number of runny-nosers are popping pills like they're going out of style – which more…

McDermott just looking for face time

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Please, Ellen. Spare us your reality-deficient defense of Sir Jim McDermott, America's white knight, boldly going where no one else even wanted to go. I sat by and more…

Termites in the foundation

by -NO AUTHOR- -- "It all depends on what the meaning of is, is." With those words, then-President of the United States Bill Clinton crystallized to the world something that we had more…

The Joisey Supremos speak

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Once again, the paragons of "progressive" jurisprudence launch an assault upon the Constitution, this time in "Joisey," natch. In essence, the Joisey "Supremos" (not to be confused with more…

New Jersey court's
judicial power-grab

by David Limbaugh -- You have to hand it to the Democrats. With moral relativism and judicial activism on their side, no obstacle imposed by the law is insuperable. First, it was more…

Don't cry for me, New Jersey

by Jane Chastain -- In all my years covering politics, I've never seen a worse "swan song" than the one delivered this week by New Jersey's Robert Torricelli. The self-aggrandizing of the more…

Gold: The perfect asset

by Doug Casey -- New production and industrial consumption are relatively unimportant determinants of gold's price, even though many pundits make much of them. Unlike any other metal, most of the gold more…

Who needs rules in politics?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Whoever said that rules are made to be broken was not raised in the same house that I was. My parents took a dim view of any of more…

Ted Kennedy, wrong again

by Joseph Farah -- "Let every nation know, whether it wishes us well or ill, that we shall pay any price, bear any burden, meet any hardship, support any friend, oppose any more…

When children murder

by Bill O'Reilly -- Charlie Young had something in common with most of us. He was an American citizen entitled to basic freedoms, including the pursuit of happiness. But Charlie's pursuit was more…