President Bush has been getting plenty of flak from the fainthearted and morally impaired for his designation of North Korea, Iran and Iraq as an axis of evil. It might interest you to find that in large part he’s following recent historical precedent.
Parents only serve a "ritualistic" function when it comes to deciding what to do with their kids. That was the position of Robert H. Chanin, the lawyer who tried to convince the Supreme Court Wednesday to kill Cleveland's school choice program.
The little red-headed guy piped up in a voice that carried through the busy terminal at Washington's Dulles International Airport, across the lines of nervous travelers waiting to have their bags, laptops and shoes examined.
As we wrestle with such earth-wrenching decisions as when and how to disenfranchise Saddam Hussein (Rumsfeld translation: kill 'm), it's important that the world clearly understand our nation's position on condom use.
Religious, political, media and academic leaders from all over the world gathered last week with just one goal, to affirm and build human dignity.
If even half the things that Enron is charged with are true, then some of the company's top brass should get a few decades behind bars
I have one word for those who thought the House and Senate Intelligence Committees were going to conduct a thorough, no-holds-barred investigation of problems within the U.S. intelligence community that may have contributed to its failure to warn of, and prevent, September 11: Fuggedaboutit.
Although most of the criticism of Ted Turner's latest ramblings has centered on his labeling the September 11th hijackers "brave", one of his other remarks was much more troubling, though there was a grain of truth--and I emphasize "grain"--worth exploring.
The campaign reform bill may have been "sweeping," as the media told us, but one of the things being swept away was the right of independent groups to take to the airwaves with ads lobbying for their causes around election time.