My eyes ain't lyin'

by Roger Hedgecock -- Bombing people to save them is not new to recent American history. Years ago, it was said that a village in Vietnam had to be destroyed to save more…

Quake shakes more than Japan

by Roger Hedgecock -- Every so often, human beings begin to believe that we are so clever, for good or ill, that our actions are more powerful than God's creation around us. more…

When progressive theory collides with reality

by Roger Hedgecock -- The contradiction between progressive theory and putting that theory into action is a train wreck playing daily in the news headlines. Progressivism in all its glory has dominated more…

Where are 'green economy' jobs?

by Roger Hedgecock -- The frigid winds of recession continue to blow for too many Americans trapped between lower income and rising prices. Too many Americans owe more on their house than more…

Our next Pearl Harbor? Cyber war is imminent

by Roger Hedgecock -- Hackers, worms, viruses, WikiLeaks, Stuxnet: Every day, in every corner of the world, we learn of advances made by those who penetrate supposedly secure computers. I believe we more…

'It don't matter if you're black or white'

by Roger Hedgecock -- So sang Michael Jackson in an anthem of hope that skin color shouldn't matter – at least when sexual attraction is the issue. Skin color matters greatly to more…

None dare call it dictatorship

by Roger Hedgecock -- As more facts come out about the background of the Tucson shooter, it has become clear that the massacre had nothing to do with political or media opponents more…

In Arizona shooting, a hero

by Roger Hedgecock -- Saturday's news shook the country. An Arizona representative, Gabrielle Gifford, shot in the head in front of a Safeway in Tucson, first reported dead and then alive, but more…

Liberalism's failures come home to roost

by Roger Hedgecock -- I've read a lot of nonsense predictions lately about what will happen in 2011: Snooki and "The Situation" will get married, Obama will pull the troops out of more…

Obama asks us to believe in impossible things

by Roger Hedgecock -- "There is no use trying," said Alice, "one can't believe in impossible things." "I dare say you haven't had much practice," said the queen. "Why, sometimes I've believed more…