The Myth of Justice

by -NO AUTHOR- -- "Justice is nothing other than the interest of the stronger," said Plato. Being the heirs of the legacy of Jefferson, we tend to think that there is equal more…

Another psychologist weighs in on the president

by Jane Chastain -- In 1995, Dr. Paul Fick, a clinical psychologist in private practice in Laguna Niguel, California, who treats adult children of alcoholics who have displayed various forms of compulsive more…

No surprises Tuesday

by Joseph Farah -- Why is everyone surprised by last Tuesday's election results? The Republican debacle of 1998 was as predictable as the 1992 and 1996 votes. Even more so. When no more…

Henry Hyde's master stroke

by David Limbaugh -- Many on both sides of the political aisle were convinced the election results had stolen Henry Hyde's resolve to proceed with the impeachment process when they heard he more…

Learning the right lessons

by Alan W. Bock -- You can make a case that it wasn't quite the Democratic sweep or the full vindication for the president that the Democrats and many in the media are more…

Analyzing the letter writers

by Stuart Goldman -- One of the fringe benefits of writing a column is that it's possible to come to understand that most peculiar of characters we call the "newspaper letter writer." more…

It's time for Newt to go

by John N. Doggett -- We Republicans like to tell everyone that America would be a better place if people were forced to take personal responsibility for the consequences of their actions. Well, more…

Why the Republicans lost

by Alan Keyes -- The Republican leadership is right to feel very bad about the result of this week's election. They hung on by their fingernails to their majority in the Congress more…

Voter fraud epidemic

by Joseph Farah -- Last April, the Carmel Pine Cone, a weekly newspaper in the affluent Northern California community whose most famous mayor was Clint Eastwood, published an expose on California voter more…

High crimes and misdemeanors -- fact and fiction

by David Limbaugh -- In recent months, we've read and heard a great deal of discussion about what constitutes impeachable conduct. Politicians, pundits, talk show hosts and "historians" have all weighed in more…