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?
Is Modern Art an enigma to you? Are you one of the many millions whose reaction to those ugly and incoherent shapes is to shake your head in disbelief or to walk silently through museums and public places too embarrassed to criticize what you cannot … [Read more...] about Modern Art Unmasked
Ten years ago, the United States had steadfast allies all over the world. In Europe, our solid lineup of friends extended from Norway to Greece and Turkey. It was especially strong in the center with Britain and West Germany, and secure in the South … [Read more...] about Our Disappearing Allies
The sorry record of international conferences over the last 40 years shows that America's property interests, political influence, and military prestige usually come off second best. All the way from Teheran, Yalta and Potsdam, to the SALT Agreements … [Read more...] about UN Conference on the Sea
Our doctors advise us to have an annual examination or checkup. The Securities and Exchange Commission requires all listed businesses to file an annual report on their financial health. What would an annual report on the financial health of the … [Read more...] about FINANCIAL EXAM
Just before gold went on sale in the United States for the first time in 40 years, Chairman Arthur Burns of the Federal Reserve System criticized those Americans who bought or planned to buy gold. He said that buying gold could divert dangerously … [Read more...] about DR. BURNS’ WARNINGS ON GOLD
By a vote of 120 to 6, the United Nations General Assembly recently approved something called a "Charter of Economic Rights and Duties of States." It would be more accurate to call it a Charter for Stealing Private Property. Sponsored by the … [Read more...] about UN-APPROVED EXPROPRIATION
One of the many good effects we can hope for from the recent passage of the new amendments to the Freedom of Information Act is the declassification and release of State Department documents spelling out the full extent of U.S. foreign aid, and what … [Read more...] about FOREIGN HANDOUTS