Like cats and dogs

by Burt Prelutsky -- Editor's note: Get the book that made Joseph Farah laugh for 6 straight hours. Burt Prelutsky is America's favorite humorist -- the man who invented political incorrectness. "Conservatives more…

Goodbye to 'The Gipper'

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Hopeful, big-hearted, idealistic – daring, decent and fair." So Ronald Reagan said of America in his second inaugural address. And so it shall be said of him.He came more…

My Ronald Reagan moment

by Michelle Malkin -- The passing of President Reagan brought me back to Jan. 26, 1982. That was the date the "Great Communicator" first inspired me. I was 11 years old. In more…

3 cheers for the Cos, Part II

by Walter Williams -- Bill Cosby's May 17 remarks at a Washington, D.C., gathering commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Brown v. Board of Education Supreme Court decision continues to draw controversy more…

The great stone face: Reviving Reagan?

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Time to revive those swirling rumors about adding Ronald Reagan's likeness to Mount Rushmore? Remember when a politically ambitious Republican congressman from Arizona sought to introduce legislation bringing more…

Democrats spinning in circles

by Hugh Hewitt -- Articles yesterday by Dan Balz in the Washington Post and Doyle McManus in the Los Angeles Times debate the impact of the ceremonies and commentary on President Reagan more…

Mourning in America

by Rabbi Shmuley Boteach -- I spent Monday at the Ronald Reagan library, where I went to honor the late the President by reciting a prayer by his casket. To be sure, standing more…

Why hate the Jews? Good question!

by Mychal Massie -- Recently, I wrote a column titled, "Peaceful religion is not spelled I-s-l-a-m." And while I am not unfamiliar with comments from those who elevate Jed Clampett and Archie more…

Balance of power and quagmire in Iraq

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: Business Reform Magazine provides real biblical answers for real business problems. To visit us, click here.There are a number of things about life that appear "unfair" more…