New Economy vs. old

by Bill Steigerwald -- Don't worry about the senior corporate citizens of the Old Economy or the great business magazines that have grown rich and fat chronicling their lives. The slow, dumb, more…

Dealing with death

by Craige McMillan -- "Thus that which is the most awful of evils, death, is nothing to us, since when we exist there is no death, and when there is death we more…

Kosovo: The 'permanent dilemma'

by Joseph Farah -- Deputy Secretary of State Strobe Talbott now calls Kosovo a "permanent dilemma" for U.S. policy-makers. It did not have to be so. Speaking at the Carnegie Endowment for more…

Power hungry

by Tanya K. Metaksa -- It was truly coincidental that March 30, 2000 -- the day my last week's column, "Slick & Worthless," was published -- was the very day news of antitrust more…

Antitrust: A Political Weapon

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- Some old-time conservatives had a soft spot for antitrust laws. Russell Kirk, for example, generally believed in free markets, but he made an exception for interventions that curb more…

Indochina 25 years later

by J.R. Nyquist -- This month marks the 25th anniversary of the communist victory in Vietnam. To this day most Americans do not know why our side lost and the communists won. more…

Bush stands right on environment

by Jon Dougherty -- On Monday Texas Gov. George W. Bush, a shoo-in for the Republican presidential nomination later this summer, made a cogent argument regarding who would be most effective managing more…

Hollywood lives, more or less

by Richard Grenier -- During all the years I lived abroad, I continued to think carelessly of Hollywood as a place not necessarily patriotic, but comfortably well disposed to things American. The more…

Prosperity and freedom

by Walter Williams -- The National Summit on Africa recently met in Washington, D.C., to discuss economic growth programs for the continent's miserably impoverished nations. I'm betting they ignored the ticket out more…

Lady fingers?

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- I woke up this morning and learned -- according to the latest so-called "scientific study" emerging from California, the land of fruit and nuts -- that I have more…