The Communists continue to fight

by J.R. Nyquist -- It is widely believed that Communism died with the fall of the Soviet Union. But the world's most populous country -- The People's Republic of China -- is more…

Congress lets the bacon fry

by Jane Chastain -- Last week, Bud Shuster, the king of pork in the U.S. House of Representatives, added another star to his tarnished crown. The Republican from Pennsylvania, who chairs the more…

The haves and the have-nots

by Joseph Farah -- America is rapidly becoming a society of haves and have-nots. By this I refer not to general wealth or material possessions. Instead, I refer to those who are more…

The war's first casualty

by Geoff Metcalf -- I'm sitting in my parent's living room. It is the last day of a one-week vacation. My son is on the floor at my feet and most of more…

Readers recommend websites

by Judy Lowe -- This week on the Web, you can chat with Evander Holyfield, laugh about those ubiquitous orange traffic cones and find out how to avoid banner ads. Reader Response. more…

Crumbs of compassion

by David Limbaugh -- You know this is going to be one heck of a campaign season when the Democratic front-runner is being forced to prove he's more compassionate than the Republican more…

The Ten Commandments bill

by Joseph Farah -- The House of Representatives is considering legislation that would permit the Ten Commandments to be posted in schools and other government buildings. Perhaps members should read the Commandments more…

Kosovo: a Pyrrhic victory

by David Hackworth -- Wait a military minute. We spend 4 billion bucks, risk our Green Berets' and jet jockeys' lives, and the Ruskies do an end run and march into Kosovo more…

George W. and foreign policy

by Alan W. Bock -- Like it or not, George W. Bush is looking more and more inevitable, at least as the Republican nominee. Although he has something of a record as governor more…