Cutting our losses in the Middle East

by Alan W. Bock -- Some say the election of Ariel Sharon will require even heavier and more direct U.S. involvement in Israeli-Palestinian and Middle Eastern affairs. If anything, it should mean the more…

Bush's tax cut challenge: A historical view

by David Limbaugh -- One of my favorite economists, Larry Kudlow, writing for National Review Online, suggested that President Bush "is essentially governing under Ronald Reagan's policy agenda." I agree, but Kudlow more…

Health care emergency in nation's ERs

by Jon Dougherty -- The St. Louis Post-Dispatch carried a quasi-expose in its Sunday editions last weekend that used one local example to highlight the growing health care emergency in our nation's more…

Waging war on taxpayers

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- If the New York Times can be believed -- and sometimes it can -- members of the military establishment, and connected contractors, are deeply disappointed in the new more…

A question no one asked Ashcroft

by Joseph Farah -- Now that the confirmation hearings for Attorney General John Ashcroft are concluded and his appointment official, I have a question for the man. I didn't raise this question more…

Clinton's heist, Bush's cut

by Ralph Reiland -- It was another amusing week in D.C. It was a long time coming, but after eight years of holding their collective tongue in check the editorial writers at more…

What I would have said to President Bush

by Lenora B. Fulani -- Many of you read about the recent meeting between the Congressional Black Caucus and President George W. Bush several weeks ago. In my view, the way the CBC more…

Charity is not the government's job

by Larry Elder -- Why now? Opponents began yelling immediately after President George W. Bush announced his plan to encourage federal funding of so-called faith-based programs. Bush said, "I've seen how effective more…

Kremlin deception at Munich

by J.R. Nyquist -- Human beings are creatures dominated by propaganda. Most are not philosophers or scientists. Instead, they want to be flattered and tickled. As Monday's column pointed out, the public more…

Defining fear

by Craige McMillan -- Editor's note: This is the first of a two-part seriesWhen the old Soviet Union folded its cards in the late 1980s, conceding the cold war to Ronald Reagan, more…