Politics & Policy

Gaseous Emissions

Sen. John Kerry has pounced on another trendy campaign theme. First he was blasting what he called “Benedict Arnold CEOs” outsourcing American jobs. Kerry came under pressure on that point ...
Politics & Policy

Resistance Is Deadly

As if Europe didn’t have enough to worry about these days with terrorist attacks and concerns over wobbly-kneed democracies, a new survey released earlier this month by the World Health ...

Fruits of The Revolution

Schulz’s axiom: “Power corrupts absolutely… within 10 years.” Can you believe it has been less than 10 years since the Gingrich revolution in Congress? WaPo reports: “Government Outgrows Cap Set ...

Wilson, Wrong

Ramesh, E.O. Wilson is wrong on a few fronts. There are plenty of things Bush’s Healthy Forests Initiative would do to prevent fires. As the Wall Street Journal’s ...

Litmus Tests, Cont.

Lots of interesting and passionate responses to the question of GOP litmus tests. Many readers point out that, for the GOP base anyway, right now it doesn’t matter what Bush ...

Re-Articulate The Cause

One thing Ronald Reagan understood was that, when it came to the big issues, it was difficult to repeat yourself too many times. Provided you didn’t use the exact same ...

Any Gop Litmus Tests?

The perceptive Jane Galt has an interesting analysis of the fractured nature of today’s Democratic party and how that has made it difficult for Democrats to coalesce around a candidate ...

“Weapons-Grade Uranium”

I’m surprised–check that, I’m not surprised–that this story isn’t getting more attention. U.N. inspectors have found traces of highly enriched, weapons-grade uranium at an Iranian nuclear facility, a senior diplomat said ...