The Bush administration faces challenges and dangers of a kind that few other administrations in all our history have ever had to face. But these historic challenges and dangers also represent historic opportunities. By Thomas Sowell.
The challenge for the next four years: to implement energy policies that allow plentiful energy at reasonable costs, that enhance energy security, and that reduce emissions of carbon dioxide. By James L. Sweeney.
What kind of judges should the president nominate? The kind who are willing to place limitations on government power and to protect individual rights against federal and state intervention. By Richard A. Epstein.
The toppling the Taliban, the overthrowing of Saddam Hussein, and the establishment of democracy in the Arab world represent "the most humane developments in the Middle East in a century." By Victor Davis Hanson.
The more we are able to understand how various societies have transformed their neighbors and fellow citizens from people into objects, and the more we know of the specific circumstances that led to each episode of mass torture and mass murder, the better we will understand the darker side of our own human nature. By Anne Applebaum.
The Hoover Institution Archives houses an extensive collection of material on the Soviet Gulag. The diaries, letters, faded photographs, and prison records offer remarkable insight into life in the prison camps. By Brad Bauer.