Peace or appeasement?

by Hal Lindsey -- Just before the World Trade Center and the Pentagon attacks stood American foreign policy on its head, the United States was about to undertake an initiative that would more…

Homeland of the rave?

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- You have a theory. Actually, you have quite a few theories. Often, your brain is like the Internet. Meaning a farrago of facts, derived from avalanches of information more…

A time to choose

by Frank J. Gaffney Jr. -- Among the most memorable passages in President Bush's extraordinary address to the joint session of Congress on Sept. 20 was the challenge he posed to others around the more…

Why America has already lost the war

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Last Thursday, I realized that America had already lost the war. I came to the United States for four days for a meeting that was to have been more…

September 11: The Big Loser, the Big Winner

by Jane Chastain -- Where there are losers, there are winners and the big winner on September 11 definitely was not Osama bin Laden, the alleged mastermind of the terrorist attacks against more…

Our porous borders

by Joseph Farah -- Let me get this straight: Attorney General John Ashcroft wants to make it easier to wiretap ordinary Americans in the fight against terrorism; Congress is talking about a more…

Contemptible commentators

by Hugh Hewitt -- Revolutions swept Europe in 1848, and when order returned a year later, many of the leaders of the revolutionaries were condemned to die. The ruler of Austria at more…

Avenging the flying pigs

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON – Many thanks to the more than 600 peace-loving American Muslims who have sent me hate mail – including a dozen death threats – over my Sept. more…

The enemy within

by David Hackworth -- When Jane Fonda visited North Vietnamese army troops while our GIs were being killed by those she was comforting, we tagged her "Hanoi Jane." Now she and other more…

Awakening to reality

by Linda Bowles -- If talking about problems solved them, America wouldn't have any. Sometimes it takes a crisis to break a nation out of the rhetorical cycle. Sometimes it takes a more…