Reining in the EPA

by Walter Williams -- Last month, a federal court of appeals held that the Environmental Protection Agency has been acting in an unconstitutional manner. In a case brought by the American Trucking more…

Trading freedom for security

by Jon Dougherty -- A devolution of privacy is occurring in America today, and, what is worse, most of us are gleefully and willingly going along with it. Legislators are passing unconstitutional more…

Converting Kyoto to welfare

by Henry Lamb -- BONN, Germany -- The Kyoto Protocol looked good enough to accept in 1997, but like a poached egg, too soon removed from the heat, now that it has more…

Ethnic cleansing, American-style

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The United States is intervening in a civil war in Yugoslavia. President Clinton and other western leaders have justified the NATO bombing by the brutal crackdowns that Serbian more…

Should we ban cell phones?The readers speak

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- I had no idea cell phones were such a hot-button topic. Until I wrote last week's column "Celling Out," I thought it could just me being cranky. Then, more…

Blood trail grows cold

by Joseph Farah -- The news hounds at CNN/Time sniffed at the blood trail leading from Arkansas state prisons to the hemophiliac AIDS killing fields of Canada and found no reason to more…

Victory in Kosovo? Now what?

by David Limbaugh -- Let's assume that in the next few days the Kosovo peace negotiations ripen into a settlement and hostilities cease. Where does that leave us? Already, pundits are proclaiming more…

No need to end run Congress

by Jon Dougherty -- Yesterday WorldNetDaily ran a story about how President Bill Clinton has again misused the powers of the Executive Branch. This time, he has issued an Executive Order mandating more…

When ecology meets economics

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The trouble with the environment as an issue is that its battles, like those over abortion, are fought by people who start from such different fundamental values that more…

NGOs drive global climate agenda

by Henry Lamb -- BONN, Germany -- Of the 1389 registered participants attending the global warming talks in Bonn, more than half have come to lobby the delegates. There are 661 delegates more…