Pollardites in the Pentagon?

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- In 1987, Jonathan Pollard, U.S. Navy intelligence analyst, was imprisoned for life for selling a roomful of U.S. secret documents to Israel. Tel Aviv refused to return them. more…

Biohazard bags & buckets

by Jill Stanek -- Three weeks ago, I wrote about specific instances of babies being aborted alive in hospitals around the country and allowed to die with no medical intervention. That column more…

What Bush means to African-Americans

by Star Parker -- Republican and Democratic party national conventions are always a mix of content and choreography. The relative mix of both tells us the shape that a party is in. more…

'Inside the Beltway'

by Rebecca Hagelin -- When I read the Washington Times, whether online or in its traditional paper form, the first thing I do after scanning the headlines on page one is turn more…

Kerry's right

by Joseph Farah -- I've been tough on John Kerry. When I say he may be the most dangerous man ever to run seriously as a candidate for president, I mean it. more…

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Not your father's elephant

by Mychal Massie -- Am I the only conservative unimpressed with Arnold Schwarzenegger's performance at the Republican National Convention? Am I the only conservative who questions exactly what Rudolph Giuliani, John McCain, more…

A scam older than Sgt. Bilko

by David Hackworth -- Editor's note: Eilhys England contributed to this column.I doubt if there's one serving general or admiral who as a young officer wasn't ripped off by one of the more…

They shoot children, don't they?

by Dennis Prager -- According to the New York Times, when the terrorists took over the Russian elementary school, they shouted "Allahu akbar" ("Allah is the greatest"). Does this surprise you, dear more…