Doctor Cowvorkian

by Craige McMillan -- One of the great things about traveling rural and small-town America is the people you meet. It's no good pretending when you move out here. Folks size up more…

Crimes against humanity

by Bill O'Reilly -- This month marks the 30th anniversary of the Rockefeller drug laws in New York State. The statutes' most severe provision requires that a judge impose a prison term more…

Calling all Virginia patriots!

by Joseph Farah -- I moved from Oregon to the historic state of Virginia recently, and, as a good Virginian should, I set out right away to get my new driver's license. more…

Cuba Libre

by Gary Aldrich -- Reports of human rights abuses in communist Cuba are nonstop. Fidel Castro is nothing more than a lying, murderous dictator who has oppressed an island nation for more more…

Beware of politicians with good intentions

by Harry Browne -- The death toll of innocent people killed in Afghanistan has exceeded 3,000 – at least as many as died in the Sept. 11 attacks. But don't concern yourself more…

The enemy within

by Jane Chastain -- Last week, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the biggest increase in military spending in decades to help fight the war on terrorism. The defense authorization for FY more…

The Second Amendment strikes back!

by Larry Elder -- The Second Amendment is back. Rejecting six decades of the government's head-in-sand approach to the Second Amendment, Attorney General John Ashcroft now says the founding fathers meant what more…

The media get fooled again

by Joseph Farah -- Last week the establishment press got hoodwinked – again. An extremist advocacy group called the Council on American-Islamic Relations, or CAIR, released a report suggesting there has been more…

Pinocchio's Palestinian proboscis

by Ilana Mercer -- About his people, the late Palestinian intellectual, Ibrahim Abu-Lughod, said the following: "We're mediocre, and in the end maybe that very mediocrity is what's going to beat the more…

Sen. Leahy's bizarre world

by Hugh Hewitt -- Vermont's Patrick Leahy took the floor in the United States Senate on May 9. It was the 1-year anniversary of President Bush's first round of judicial nominations, and more…