The news tyrants

by Craige McMillan -- For over a decade, many of us have been telling our fellow citizens that something is desperately wrong with the American news media. "Liberal bias" among reporters and more…

Columbia's Mogadishu?

by Craige McMillan -- It's a good thing that Gen. Tommy Franks and not the Republicans in Congress are running the war effort in Iraq. Left to the Republican leadership in Congress, more…

The other war

by Craige McMillan -- War is the end result of a nation pursuing liberal fantasies. America's brave young soldiers may be wounded or killed on the Iraqi battlefield, but the vehicles that more…

Saddamizing America

by Craige McMillan -- For decades, American leftists have used institutional influence and positions of trust to preach their secular gospel and quell dissent. Value judgments, they have told us, are immoral more…

Euro peons?

by Craige McMillan -- It didn't take long for the French to embrace multilateralism in their approach to Iraq. The day following President Bush's address giving Saddam 48 hours to flee Iraq more…

In the name of Allah?

by Craige McMillan -- Have Democrats forgotten 9-11? Those in the Washington state legislature have, because on Monday they invited Mohamad Joban, a Muslim cleric from Olympia to pray in the name more…

'Behold, I make all things new'

by Craige McMillan -- It is the dream of nearly everyone at some point in our lives to "start over" again. For whatever reason – be it poor choices or simply that more…

Sheep, goats and guns

by Craige McMillan -- Nowhere in the American political landscape is the divide between left and right greater than in the realm of self defense. This is true on the individual level, more…

Muslim loyalties

by Craige McMillan -- If bin Laden's latest audiotape is indeed the precursor to another horrific terror attack on the United States, then American Muslims had best decide quickly to whom and more…

Camelot's dying embers

by Craige McMillan -- In the end, liberalism will die of self-inflicted wounds. Such is the meaning of tragedy in the classic Greek sense: Buried deep within the hero or heroine's character more…