Our quiet war in Iraq

by Joseph Farah -- The U.S. Defense Department reported last week that missiles and bombs have destroyed about one-fifth of Iraq's air defenses, most in the past five weeks of clashes between more…

Bears have rights, people don't

by David M. Bresnahan -- SEVIERVILLE, Tenn. -- Requests for help over several years were virtually ignored by the Great Smokey Mountains National Park. All she wanted was safety. It was Dec. 8, more…

A credo for acquitting senators

by David Limbaugh -- This is an inexhaustive list of what a senator ought to believe in order to vote in good conscience to acquit President Clinton: 1. That the following patently more…

The war business

by David Hackworth -- Do you ever yearn for the good old days of the Cold War when the war dance between "us and them" had become so choreographed, so predictable? Back more…

Tracking down political science

by Alan W. Bock -- If I've learned anything in 18 years in the newspaper business, it's that if almost all the major media and establishment experts are of one opinion on a more…

Spy vs. Spies

by Stuart Goldman -- Just because you're paranoid doesn't mean they're not out to get you. --Anonymous Snitch. It's always been an ugly word. But I'm not going to try to make more…

There is no surplus

by John N. Doggett -- Bill Clinton proposed 74 new federal programs during his 1999 State of the Union speech. This week, he told us that to pay for his programs, the government more…

Senator 'Escape' Hatch

by Alan Keyes -- Senator Hatch argued this week that the outcome that will best serve the integrity of our laws and government is for the Senate to adjourn the impeachment trial more…

Bye-bye First Amendment

by Joseph Farah -- If not reversed on appeal, a $107 million judgment against anti-abortion activists in Portland sounds the death-knell for the First Amendment in America. The same week a federal more…

Dirty money turns out dirty science

by -NO AUTHOR- -- [L]aw cases can turn almost entirely on an understanding of the underlying technical or scientific subject matter. U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer (Science magazine, April 24, 1998) more…