Partial-birth and total death

by David Limbaugh -- In a 5-4 decision, the Supreme Court invalidated a Nebraska statute that prohibited partial-birth abortions. In the process, it gravely diminished the sanctity of life and of the more…

Lone star of liberty

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- Party platforms are usually better and more politically principled than the candidates who run on them. Written as they are by rank-and-file activists, they put the heart and more…

Celebrating American freedom

by Craige McMillan -- Remember that prosperity can be only for the free, and that freedom is the sure possession of those alone who have the courage to defend it. --Thucydides In more…

Sexual politics

by J.R. Nyquist -- A Roman senator was once censured for kissing his wife in the presence of his daughter. This was considered improper, even in decadent Roman times. But today we more…

X-rated cartoons

by Joseph Farah -- I didn't see it with my own eyes. As a rule, I don't believe in self-flagellation. But, according to the sometimes-reliable USA Today, last week's season opener of more…

Elian and partial birth abortion

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Question: What do these two things have in common? A child is plucked from shark-infested waters and brought onto free American soil, but then federal agents seize that more…

Celebrating civility

by Tanya K. Metaksa -- As we embark on the celebration of our country's first birthday in the new millennium, what would those gentlemen who risked their lives, their fortunes, and their sacred more…

China weighs battle with U.S.

by Charles Smith -- The red missiles came in low over the calm waters between China and Taiwan, slicing through the cold November air at a frantic pace, turning each nose-cone a more…

Hillary's brothers

by Joseph Farah -- Late last year, Time Magazine looked into the business affairs of Tony and Hugh Rodham, Hillary Rodham Clinton's brothers. The magazine found that there have been at least more…

Christians are no danger

by Jon Dougherty -- A couple of stories last week discussed the Supreme Court's decision to -- once again -- trash religious expression in the name of the First Amendment. Strange, you more…