Misplaced priorities

by Walter Williams -- Now that the schools that black youngsters attend are educating well, the devastating crime rate in black communities has abated and the black family has recovered its past more…

Why children fail

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- Last week, the people of Massachusetts were given the results of the MCAS tests, and they were pretty dismal. The fourth and eighth graders showed a little improvement more…

The Washington Post gets nasty

by Joseph Farah -- Well, folks, I guess I hit a nerve in the establishment press. My coverage of the brutal homosexual rape and murder of 13-year-old Jesse Dirkhising prompted a nearly more…

Schools teach the 'victim' mentality

by Jon Dougherty -- The United States Supreme Court ruled long ago that police departments do not "have a duty to protect" citizens against criminals. There may come a day when the more…

Take the fight to the 'ruling nobility'

by Larry Klayman -- Editor's note: Larry Klayman and Judicial Watch are now on the air. Carried by Radio America, "The Judicial Watch Report" airs live on Saturday, noon to 2 p.m., more…

Who needs the Constitution?

by Linda Bowles -- The most important political issue facing America today apparently will have little or no influence on the national elections next year. If you listen to the questions reporters more…

China paints the sky red

by Charles Smith -- In 1998, the U.S. Commerce Department denied a Freedom of Information request for "any exports" to the "CAAC, the China Civil Aviation Authority," which the Clinton administration portrays more…

Do some family research

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Assembling an emergency preparedness library is a very wise thing to do in light of the potential threat posed by Y2K. Without being too dramatic, having this informational more…

Why troops are hanging it up

by David Hackworth -- "The purple fingernail polish and the dreadlocks covering her face and the hole in the side of her nose where she wears a diamond stud on weekends were more…

Online shopping gets easier

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The U.S. Postal Service has a new plan to smooth the rocky path of e-commerce by making it easier to return things you've bought online. You'll be able more…