Cardboard safety

by Gordon Prather -- Once upon a time, everyone knew what a "weapon of mass destruction" was – it was a nuke. All the have-nuke states were in agreement on one thing: more…

Exploiting tragedy

by Henry Lamb -- While the world is focused on the war on terrorism, rumors persist that sinister forces inside the beltway are looking for ways to attach a train-load of pork more…

Missing the blessing

by Yaffah daCosta -- Before Moses died (he is sometimes called the Lawgiver), he blessed the 12 tribes of Israel. Giving people a blessing is a very important thing to do, since more…

Feeling safe

by Ruben Navarrette Jr. -- On his second trip to New York since the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, President Bush this week encouraged first-graders at P.S. 130 to more…

Living like a king

by Richard Grenier -- By all accounts, including his own, the Duke of Saint-Simon (1675-1755) was a sensitive, self-obsessed, ill-tempered man. A courtier and a singular chronicler of court life under Louis more…

Fruit of our victory

by Alan Keyes -- As the days pass without dramatic events in the war on terrorism, it is natural that some of the political, ideological and other sources of disagreement and conflict more…

Pray for victory this Sunday

by Joseph Farah -- On Oct. 7, 1571, Christian Europe, in a fight for its life with the Islamic invaders for some 700 years, prepared for a great naval confrontation with the more…

Rewarding failure in government

by Alan W. Bock -- If you step back a bit from the complex and still-evolving aftermath of the atrocities of Sept. 11, you can see a pattern that was established firmly in more…

Time for a reality check

by Bob Howard -- In times such as these where there are large events unfolding and big shifts in the market, it is a good time to take the pulse of your more…

President Bush's moral clarity

by David Limbaugh -- President Bush has many attributes that suit him for his current role as the nation's wartime president, but none is serving him better than his deep-seated sense of more…