The politics of cultural decline

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- This season's campaign rhetoric is stacking up as a case study in public manipulation. Based on surveys showing widespread anxiety about morals and the supposed anomie of youth more…

Al Gore -- racist to the core

by Joseph Farah -- After the presidential election of 1996, my non-profit news organization was audited and threatened with losing its tax-exempt status because I, the executive director, had dared to investigate more…

Tough Guys

by Stuart Goldman -- There's something I've got to get off my chest here. It's an incident that took place when I was in the ninth grade. One summer evening, I was more…

Let's treat our troops right

by John N. Doggett -- The second wave of killing and violence has started in Kosovo. Before we lose American soldiers to the tribal violence of the Balkans, I want to talk about more…

Vouching for educational freedom

by Alan Keyes -- Florida Governor Jeb Bush signed legislation Monday making the state the first in the nation to offer a statewide program of vouchers to help parents of students in more…

The abortion hypocrisy

by Jon Dougherty -- I used to be pro-choice. Even though I had kids of my own, I actually believed -- at one time -- that women ought to have the "right" more…

Explaining Pakistan's belligerence

by J.R. Nyquist -- The fighting between Pakistan and India, which began on May 10, has entered a new and dangerous phase. Early last week Pakistan accused India of using chemical munitions more…

The Second Amendment loophole

by Tanya K. Metaksa -- Some people view the political spectrum as a straight line going from left to right. But there are times when it becomes a circle. The circle is usually more…

Fanatical secular faith

by Craige McMillan -- "Economics is not the central problem of this century. It is a relative problem which can be solved in relative ways. Faith is the central problem of this more…

The heathens of Hardyville

by -NO AUTHOR- -- With churches outnumbering bars five to three, Hardyville -- my little mid-nowhere town -- probably has to be considered a churchgoing place. From where I sit -- which more…