Bush v. Media: The Big Game

A favorite game played by members of Washington’s chattering class is the following: 1) distort a conservative position beyond recognition, and 2) then take great glee in accusing conservatives of

Kink-y Paleocons?

Kink-y Paleocons?

It’s easy for a Republican to get an inferiority complex in Manhattan. When the guy at the desk beside you with the Nader poster is also a published poet who

Feminism’s Bitter Pill

The feminist movement has lost much of its credibility as of late. Who can forget Gloria Steinem and Patricia Ireland rushing to the defense of our misogynist president during the

The Disappearance of Elian’s Rights

Wherever Elian Gonzalez goes, the improbable happens. Plucked from the sea last Thanksgiving, he has been dubbed a miracle child by Cuban-Americans. Across the Straights of Florida, Fidel Castro organizes

Achievement by Choice

The education establishment would have us believe that poor children can’t learn. The excuses are numerous. But across the nation dozens of principals of low-income schools have demonstrated that poverty

Trial Lawyers Take Aim

In the latest wave of mega-lawsuits, the cities of Chicago, New Orleans, Atlanta, Miami, and Bridgeport, among others, have filed lawsuits against firearm manufacturers, distributors, retailers, and trade associations because,