Obama's strategy for perilous times

by Hal Lindsey -- When I heard President Obama's speech yesterday in which he practically accused the former administration of war crimes, I had to go out into my yard and walk more…

The death of shame

by Hal Lindsey -- Speaker Pelosi's press conference yesterday had to rank as one of the most bizarre political implosions since Richard Nixon's infamous "I'm not a crook" press conference in April more…

Pray? To whom? I'm a Democrat!

by Hal Lindsey -- In 1952, a joint resolution by Congress, signed by President Truman, declared an annual, national day of prayer. In 1988, the law was amended and signed by President more…

A nuclear Taliban?

by Hal Lindsey -- The Pakistani Taliban, even while continuing their penetration of central Pakistan, have begun mobilizing fresh recruits from all over the country to go help their Afghan Taliban brothers more…

Tortured logic

by Hal Lindsey -- The so-called torture memos released by the White House were not the only things tortured by what quickly became a crisis. The release tortured logic to a point more…

Did anybody notice?

by Hal Lindsey -- Hundreds of thousands of Americans came together in more than 300 locations across the nation to shout, "Enough government!" They met on Tax Day to protest the expanding more…

Are we really that dumb?

by Hal Lindsey -- There needs to be a quaint colloquialism Americans can use to describe when a politician looks you square in the eye and tells you an obvious lie. At more…

When atrocities are acceptable

by Hal Lindsey -- Two different stories carried in the same issue of the Jerusalem Post shine a spotlight on the contrasts that exist between the world in which Israel lives and more…

A fearful thing, betraying Israel

by Hal Lindsey -- One can really tell that the International Herald Tribune is the sister publication of the New York Times. Like the New York Times, the IHT never saw a more…

Have we elected a king?

by Hal Lindsey -- The Democrat reaction to talk-show host Rush Limbaugh's comment that he hopes President Obama "fails" reminds me of the classic line from the movie "Casablanca." As Inspector Renault more…