Homeland insecurity: The year in review

by Michelle Malkin -- 2004 was a good year for terrorists, violent gang members, law-breakers and fraud artists seeking safe haven in America. Let's reminisce: The rise of MS-13. The savage El more…

Christians in the crossfire

by Michelle Malkin -- Yes, it's maddening when politically correct bureaucrats ban nativity scenes and Christmas carols in the name of "diversity" and "tolerance." We are under attack by Secularist Grinches Gone more…

The air marshals' mess

by Michelle Malkin -- Can you imagine if an al-Qaida bureaucrat had ordered the 19 Sept. 11 terrorists to wear "I heart Osama" T-shirts when they embarked on their murderous flights? No more…

AWOL and AINO (American In Name Only)

by Michelle Malkin -- Fugitive U.S. soldier Jeremy Hinzman is an unrepentant embarrassment to his country of birth. Last year, he deserted from the 82nd Airborne Division, fled to Canada and became more…

Grace, gratitude and God

by Michelle Malkin -- My 4-year-old daughter recently learned to say grace at mealtimes. I taught her the same little prayer my mom taught me in childhood: God is great, God is more…

The death of Bradley McGee

by Michelle Malkin -- Bradley Gene McGee was tortured and beaten to death 15 years ago. Thanks to our senseless courts, one of his callous killers is free to strike again. Bradley more…

The media's Barack Obama fever

by Michelle Malkin -- Here are a few mainstream media rules of thumb: Minority Democrats in public office are inspirational role models. Minority Republicans in public office are embarrassing sellouts. Minority Democrat more…

Democratic voter delusions

by Michelle Malkin -- Despite apocalyptic claims of systemic voter suppression, upward of 120 million Americans were able to navigate traffic, traverse bad weather, find their polling places, stand in line without more…

The illegal alien swing vote

by Michelle Malkin -- The right to vote is precious, the politicians preach. Our democracy hangs in the balance, the pundits screech. Yes, but if we all value the sanctity of the more…