If you thought the spenders in Washington have already devised every possible way to spend our tax dollars, you are wrong. They are working overtime to establish a brand new bureaucracy called the Voter Registration Administration whose principal … [Read more...] about Postcard Registration
The way I read the election returns of November 1972, George McGovern was decisively defeated. He carried only one out of 50 states. It is a puzzlement, therefore, why McGovern seems to be making U.S. policy toward Castro. Last fall, President … [Read more...] about Policy Toward Castro
The psychological change that takes place in most men when they move into positions of great power is a phenomenon that has been commented on by philosophers through the ages. Shakespeare declaimed: "Upon what meat does this our Caesar feed, that he … [Read more...] about Pitfalls of Personal Diplomacy
Our biggest problem today is not the energy shortage. It is the job shortage. More than nine million Americans are un employed, and their savings and unemployment benefits are running out fast. George Meany has been running large newspaper ads to … [Read more...] about Solution for Unemployment
The land controllers are back again with retreads of last year's defeated bills. Congressman Morris Udall's Land Use and Resource Conservation Act of 1975 could prove to be the most damaging blow ever dealt to the American concept of private land … [Read more...] about Land Use Control
The tragedy called the Vietnam War has run its course. The United States poured into it eight years of effort, the lives of 50,000 of our finest young men, the good health of another 300,000, $150 billion of our hard-earned tax money, and the honor … [Read more...] about Why Vietnam?
Of all the faults that poison human relationships, surely ingratitude is one of the most detestable. Shakespeare called it a "marble-hearted fiend" and pronounced it worse than "lying, vainness, or babbling drunkenness." For 25 years, the United … [Read more...] about India’s Ingratitude