Lewis Libby indictment not top prize

By Mona Charen: Syndicated Columnist Democrats were saved from utter devastation by the indictment of Lewis Libby. At least they could console themselves that one high-ranking White House official was in danger of being jailed for a very long time (and their glee when contemplating the maximum possible sentence was undisguised). Yet the let-down was […]

World could use injection of sense

By Ned Cantwell It may get a little stuffy in here, so patience, please. If a kid has to pee, a kid has to pee. Here’s the problem. Standards-based testing is now under way in New Mexico. Some school officials are wringing their hands over the restroom break issue. The tests last 50 to 60 […]

Tariff did more harm than good to U.S. trade

Freedom Newspapers We can appreciate a president who is big enough to admit when he’s made a mistake. It’s even more gratifying when such conversions come in reference to some matter of high principle or personal conscience. But we see none of that in news that President Bush is preparing to reverse himself on a […]

CIA leak issue much ado about nothing

Mona Charen Maybe I’m just getting jaded, but this latest Washington “scandal” regarding the leak strikes me as cynicism squared. It reminds me of Nora Ephron’s bon mot: “No matter how cynical I get, I just can’t keep up.” Here’s the version that has been broadcast and printed far and wide in the last week: […]