A non-beheading Muslim speaks out

by Letter of the Week -- That fat boy Hassan "the chopper" was not even a devout Muslim to begin with ("Beheader hubby was hero to U.S. Muslim activists"). I will state one thing more…

For the left, feelings trump all

by Letter of the Week -- People like Sen. Debbie Stabenow and Bill Press don't even remotely consider the imposition of a "Fairness Doctrine" as a loss of freedoms or beginnings of totalitarianism or more…

Ann Coulter: Bitter spinster

by Letter of the Week -- I have become disgusted with the belligerence Ann Coulter has toward single mothers. Would Ms. Coulter prefer that a woman stay with a man who beats her? A more…

In defense of Hillary – and women

by Letter of the Week -- I would like to voice my disgust with a recent article, "The answer is simple: Don't hire a woman." The fact that a woman wrote the article does more…

Distorting MLK's dream

by Letter of the Week -- Erik Rush has hit the proverbial nail on the head. Sadly, many of those who proclaim Barack Obama's rise to the presidency as a fulfillment of Dr. King's more…

Marching orders for Hill Republicans

by Letter of the Week -- Here are some fresh ideas for constitutionally minded Republicans: Every Republican congressman should vote NO on Obama's spending "stimulus." This will be solely financed by the printing of more…

An open letter to Joseph Farah

by Letter of the Week -- Joseph, I love ya. You know I love ya. I have written to you before thanking you for your work. But you are really out of line regarding more…

The reason women teachers prey on boys

by Letter of the Week -- The reasons for the epidemic of women teachers preying upon male students are easy to understand. If one follows the news, most of the women are between 30 more…

A meaningless oath

by Letter of the Week -- I find it interesting that there are no military officers speaking up concerning the proposal for certain civilians to call American soldiers into action inside the U.S. I more…

The liberals are coming …

by Letter of the Week -- When Paul Revere and William Dawes made their fateful and famous ride to warn of an impending British confrontation they really had no idea how easy they had more…