Tim is executive editor of WORLD Commentary. He previously worked for the Media Research Center in Alexandria, Va. His work has also appeared in The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, and The Weekly Standard.
A poll found that 54 percent of Americans favor abandoning the parts of New Orleans that lie below sea level
Katrina opened the floodgates on arguments about the cause and effect of hurricanes
Gas prices rose as workers returned to the area's oil platforms and refineries to assess the damage of Hurricane Katrina
Every state celebrates Labor Day, but some states are better than others at actually promoting labor
While manufacturing employment has declined 20 percent in 15 years, manufacturing production has increased 61 percent during the same period
A substantial increase in legal online music sales proves moral standards can be restored
Increasing federal revenues are causing the deficit to fall, but it's hard to get excited when spending increases threaten to break the bank