Who’s afraid of Mike Nichols?

The Oscar nominations were announced last week, and, as in every year, everyone has his list of “Movies That Were Robbed.” Mel Gibson’s The Passion of the Christ is on a lot

Government is the problem

Conservatives who believe in both tradition and the free market sometimes have struggles within their heart when they see Mom and Pop shutter their store in the massive shadow of a megaretailer.

Apple vs. free speech?

As more and more people turn to the Internet for their news and information, it is vital that online journalists not become second-class citizens.

Answering Kinsley

While libertarians might not be pleased with President Bush’s performance in his first term, things may be looking up for Round Two as Bush has made Social Security privatization of

PETA vs. shechita

Animal slaughter is not a pretty sight by any means. But a scandal rocked the Jewish world earlier this month when People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) released

Technology overrules the law

Until now, technology and entertainment have enjoyed a symbiotic development in the modern age. Photography, motion pictures, television, audio tapes and CDs, DVDs, and Internet streaming have given content creators

Clearing the air on clean air

Whatever environmentalists say, air pollution has been continuously reduced in this country and the Bush Administration has ensured that the trend will continue downward into the next decade.