Reagan's life was saved for a reason

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Pop. Pop. Pop. Pop. The bullets sounded like firecrackers, and the acrid smell of sulfur filled the air. Two seconds. That's all it took to change a life more…

Condi can't hold candle to Clarke

by Bill Press -- Who says Karl Rove is so smart? We just witnessed one of the biggest screw-ups in White House history. In a stunning flip-flop, President Bush caved in to more…

How to respond ... and to what effect

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The killings and deliberate, public mutilations of the four American civilians in Fallujah have made headlines (and a ton of money for the media) across the globe. The more…

The Condoleezza Conundrum

by Jane Chastain -- Was the Democratic diatribe over the failure of White House National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice to testify publicly – under oath – before the 9-11 Commission politically motivated? more…

Israel, nation of miracles

by Hal Lindsey -- From its precarious and tumultuous rebirth, the state of Israel has been a miracle – just as predicted in the Bible thousands of years ago. After the elders more…

A victory for college Republicans

by Benjamin Shapiro -- It's not often that we hear inspirational news coming from America's college campuses. But this week at my home school, Republicans struck a blow for free speech. By more…

Sen. Kerry's likability gap

by Larry Elder -- If Kerry goes down in the fall, trace the blame to ... Butchy Cataldo. Kerry's critics point to his shifting stands on NAFTA, the war in Iraq, the more…

President Chen's risky gambit

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian appears to have won his battle for re-election, albeit by a whisker: 29,518 votes, or two-tenths of a percent, out of 13.3 million cast. more…