A liberal's Thanksgiving

by Ellen Ratner -- Listening to my conservative friends, I sometimes get the feeling that they believe Thanksgiving is a holiday owned by them. That somehow, liberals' political or social dissent is more…

Chips 'n' dips

by Doug Powers -- Computer chips implanted under the skin are on the cusp of becoming mainstream, but the new technology presents us with more questions than answers. Will it render extinct more…

Times, Post support sodomist matrimony

by Les Kinsolving -- On the day after President Bush's superb speech in London's Whitehall Palace, two of America's largest daily newspapers' lead editorials embarrassed the United States by endorsing sodomist matrimony. more…

Who owns 'public' land?

by Henry Lamb -- Nearly 100 ranchers gathered in Farmington, N.M., last weekend to listen to Wayne Hage and his wife, former Congresswoman Helen Chenoweth-Hage, explain how the "public" land on which more…

Iran: Nukes d?j? vu

by Gordon Prather -- Did you sense last Thanksgiving that we were on the verge of war? Did you sense this Thanksgiving that we may be on the verge of another? Last more…

Medicare 101

by Jon Dougherty -- By the time you read this, the largest expansion of a taxpayer-funded medical entitlement will have occurred. It is one that will drive several more nails into the more…

Seniors lose, drug companies win

by Bill Press -- Millions of turkeys are consumed on Thanksgiving. But this year's biggest turkey is President Bush's newly enacted Medicare bill. It's a bonanza for drug companies and a poison more…

Conservatives vs. liberals: Apples & orgies?

by Doug Giles -- If you're a high-school or college graduate and you actually remember your Animal House purple haze school daze, then, more than likely, you learned that liberals are the more…

Remembering our soldiers

by David Dolan -- I was taught by my fine parents and by the nuns at grade school that modesty is a godly virtue. Decades later, I still believe that to be more…

The arrogance
of Pinch Sulzberger

by Bob Kohn -- No one alive today at the New York Times should be held accountable for the gross journalistic sins committed by one of the paper's foreign correspondents over 70 more…