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…

Correcting the New York Times

by Jude Wanniski -- To: Arthur Sulzberger, Jr., publisher, NYT From: Jude Wanniski Re: A Farrakhan Correction You may not have noted it, but I was certainly happy to see the Times 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…

Divide and conquer

by Linda Bowles -- One of the legacies of the Clinton-Gore administration will be its success in perfecting the political art of divide and conquer. No political organization in the history of more…

Fear in the wings

by Lenora B. Fulani -- Left/right coalitions are a touchy subject in U.S. politics these days -- when they are a subject at all. The major party presidential candidates, aware that Americans are more…

Noonan: End Clintonism now

by David Limbaugh -- In her fascinating book, "The Case Against Hillary Clinton," Peggy Noonan writes as a native New Yorker and a patriotic American, who is warning all who will listen more…

The diversity myth

by Joseph Farah -- I get a kick out of people who say they want to "celebrate diversity" but actually mean they want everyone to think alike and conform to their own more…

Do it right or die

by David Hackworth -- I attended the premier of "Rules of Engagement" (ROE) last Sunday night in Los Angeles. What a powerful flick! "Saving Private Ryan" showed what infantry combat is really more…

Consequences of a sellout

by Geoff Metcalf -- Much has been written (but not enough) about the recent capitulation/complicity of Smith & Wesson regarding the Clinton administration's blackmail efforts. The heavy-handed coercion of the U.S. government more…

Get Smart

by J.R. Nyquist -- We are a permissive society. We are lax, we are easy-going, and the situation is out of hand. Enemies are out there: aggressive dictatorships who want to spy more…