The big red head

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Visit almost any American college campus, walk down the streets of practically every city, and you will see idyllic youth proudly wearing a shirt showing a handsome Latino more…

The Internet in U.N. hands?

by Kyle Williams -- "EU says Internet could fall apart" You don't read headlines like that one every day. The story, published recently by the Guardian, testifies to the growing controversy surrounding more…

Hollywood takes aim
at Marines

by Ted Baehr -- "Doom," the new movie that opened yesterday, which is based on the controversial video game, is not only bloody, gory, violent and filled with obscenities and profanities, it more…

You call that 'ethical'?

by Kelly Hollowell -- The two papers published online this week by Nature highlighted what proponents of embryonic stem-cell research like to call "ethical alternatives." Sadly, they were not talking about the more…

When government's rights eclipse property rights

by Henry Lamb -- "Sustainable development" is a term used to justify new policies that, inevitably, erode private property rights. Proponents of sustainable development are convinced that the collective benefits of these more…

Postmodernism: Its own
worst enemy

by Ted Byfield -- There came two declarations last week, from very different and utterly unrelated sources, but containing by implication the same message – namely that the assumptions behind our new more…

'Fixing' intelligence

by Gordon Prather -- On May 6, 2003, the New York Times published a column by Nicholas Kristof that began: I rejoice in the newfound freedoms in Iraq. But there are indications more…

A tale of bipartisan corruption – Texas size

by Jerome R. Corsi -- Everywhere you look in the Harriet Miers' GTECH story, there are signs of corruption. Even worse, the corruption is bipartisan. Why would George Bush want to nominate the more…