PARTNER SITES

Democrats: Still in the Dark

Last month, we saw how the American people reacted to George W. Bush’s first two years in the White House. “Republicans defied history by expanding their House majority in yesterday’s midterm elections,” reported The Washington Post on the morning after. “Combined with the Republican takeover of the Senate, the achievement will enhance President Bush’s efforts […]

Capitalism is the Best Medicine

This past campaign season, Democrats such as Missouri’s Jean Carnahan ran spots bashing pharmaceutical companies for advertising prescription drugs and “passing the cost on to seniors.” While this argument wasn’t the shot in the arm Democrats hoped– Carnahan lost–Republicans should have given them a taste of their own medicine. Imagine a commercial to this effect: […]

Government for Sale…to Saudi Arabia?

Bush administration officials and leading U.S. senators responded very differently to the news that Princess Haifa al-Faisal, wife of the Saudi Arabian ambassador to the United States, had given many thousands of dollars to a person connected to two of the 9/11 suicide hijackers. Their difference highlights a problem that needs addressing through congressional legislation; […]

The Republican Daddy State

Government-financed terrorism insurance? Republicans hope it will ‘stimulate’ the economy. It just might, short-term — but at the expense of making individuals ever-more dependent on government handouts; and at the expense of reinforcing the false notion that government has the right to forcibly seize the income of some people to be the keepers of other […]

Disastrous Utopia — Heaven on Earth: The Rise and Fall of Socialism

“Socialism is a wonderful idea.” It is only as a reality that it has been disastrous. Among people of every race, color, and creed, all around the world, socialism has led to hunger in countries that used to have surplus food to export. Its economic disasters have afflicted virtually every industry. In its Communist version, […]

The Islam Twist

“Suicide bombers twist true Islam.” So goes Muslim apologists’ standard song and dance. Well, let’s test their theory out with a little dance of our own, one I call the “Islam Twist.” Here’s how it’s done. First we identify an essential tenet of Islam. Then we twist it to mean something totally different– as many […]

The Corruption of the Concept Sovereignty

No more corrupt yet popular reason exists for opposing military strikes against Islamic terrorist states out to destroy America. The reasoning goes like this: these states are “sovereign” and thereby immune from preemptive attacks. “We are really appalled by any country, whether it is a superpower or a poor country, that goes outside the United […]

A United Nations World Order: Building the Capitol Building of the World

The UN is the protector of the innocent, the poor and the hungry. I know it’s true because I read it in United Nation’s propaganda. And, pity the unappreciated UN, with its noble mission. Because greedy nations like the United States just won’t pay their “fair share,” the UN lacks the money to help feed […]

Race to Judgment

Some call it a necessary step to heal long-standing racial inequality. Others call it a system of racial discrimination no better than apartheid in South Africa. It’s affirmative action on campus — and thanks to the Supreme Court, the controversial practice of reserving slots for students of certain racial and ethnic backgrounds is back in […]

Tax Holidays

You know that when politicians start talking “tax holidays” and “temporary tax cuts” that something’s amiss. For years, conservatives have argued that tax cuts (especially across- the-board tax cuts which lower the marginal rate and the capital gains rate) are good for the economy. They are. Liberals know it, but need to get around this […]

America’s Two Wars: Strong on Iraq, Soft on Islamic Terrorists

Has anyone noticed the difference in the way America’s two wars are approached? When the subject is Iraq, the U.S. government is proactive, articulate and specific. But when it comes to militant Islam, officialdom is reactive, awkward and vague. Take the issue of preventive security. To stop Iraqi sabotage and terrorism, The New York Times […]