This young man needs a hand up, not a hand out

As I tipped down Chicago's State Street toward Marshall Field's, all I could think about was needing a pair of flat shoes. "Miss, would you be interested in buying something?" a young man asked as he walked up to me holding a cardboard box. More

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How many e-mail messages did you have when you sat down in front of your computer today? How many of them were actually for you

Why I was wasn

Ever since the statue of Saddam Hussein was toppled from its pedestal, my e-mail's been jammed. Hundreds of people have been asking me when I

Robbins, Sarandon, other lefties just aren

The Hollywood lefty thought he could take to the streets against his country and suffer no public backlash. He was wrong. More

Sen. Fowler fouls out with lottery faux pas

A few random notes from the legislature this week: More

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Why speedy war proves antiwar movement right

The Bible tells us a haughty spirit goeth before a fall. In Iraq, it cameth right after it. From the moment that statue of Saddam Hussein hit the ground, the mood around Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld More

Conservatives do desire change, when necessary

For months, antiwar intellectuals have been making the argument that pro-war conservatives are "un-conservative." They call us "radicals" and "revolutionaries." More

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