Table of Contents

Cover Stories

Tax man's terror

by Tim Graham

Cover Story | The House of Representatives keeps passing tax-cut bills. Will the Senate dig in its heels and keep the tax booty in Washington?

Cover Stories

Did you forget anything?

by Bob Jones

Cover Story | Taxpayers breathing a sigh of relief that tax day has come and gone may be surprised to learn of a little-known levy that a growing number of states are…

In this issue: "Tax man's terror," April 14, 2001


WWW: worldwide worry

By Chris Stamper

National | Privacy concerns, Nasdaq doldrums, and ad revenue declines prompt new thinking

Barabbas lives

International | Japanese crime figures are finding freedom from the past that lasts

Supply and demand

By Chris Stamper

National | Too many patients, too few nurses; too little spinach, too few vitamins; cheap vaccine has polio almost gone

Media's broad brush

By Cal Thomas

National | Murder suspect's arrest gives dominant media culture an opportunity to tar the pro-life movement

Good cause, bad method

By Marvin Olasky

National | A WORLD Easter report on Bible translation: Christians have a responsibility to fight anti-Semitism, but changing the Bible is not a legitimate option


The Buzz

By The Editors

CHINA STANDOFF: BUSH'S FIRST INTERNATIONAL TEST Perfect crisis A collision between an American spy plane and a Chinese jet fighter has handed China a rich…


I'm an inner-city Chicago guy. We don't do karma stuff. Duke basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski, when asked whether he was a "karma guy" after his team last…


By The Editors

SAT = SHOULDN'T APPLY TODAY: University of California President Richard C. Atkinson wants to get rid of the SAT test as a standard of aptitude. Why? It…


By The Editors

Sunday school students in Winston-Salem, N.C., convinced Toys R Us to remove posters of Eminem-a controversial rapper who sings about murdering his wife and…

Flash Traffic

By Joel C. Rosenberg

Political buzz from Washington


Same old McCain

By Joel Belz

The halo didn't fit then and it doesn't fit now

Easter in Calcutta

Finding hope in a city of poverty and death


By Andrée Seu

Motherly murder in the city of brotherly love

Things unseen

By Marvin Olasky

Which is less likely: life after death or life after the Big Bang?


Back up I was saddened by the latest wave of school shootings and have an unsettling feeling that there are many more to come ("A sad reality," March 17). Not…


Fat-cat liberals

By Gene Edward Veith

Culture | In a stereotype reversal, Democrats are becoming the party of the rich

The Music

By The Editors

Culture | The Top 5 CDs for the week ending March 31, 2001, according to Billboard


By The Editors

Culture | The top 5 TV shows in popularity as measured by Neilsen

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