Bigger ain't better on the border

by Jon Dougherty -- SEATTLE – "It's a dangerous approach to governance … We get weaker, not stronger, by limiting the scope of government." That was Senate Minority Leader Tom Daschle, complaining more…

If the missiles expire, you must retire

by Larry Klayman -- Editor's note: This article is written in Mr. Klayman's personal capacity and does not reflect the views of Judicial Watch, Inc.Last weekend brought "good news" that perhaps the more…

Virtuosos of the attack mode

by David Limbaugh -- A casual glance at recent newspaper headlines involving Democrats attacking President Bush for every imaginable reason shows how thirsty Democrats are to regain power. It's their prerogative to more…

Sauduction of state

by Pat Roush -- Again the partnership between the House of Saud and the U.S. Department of State is working to destroy yet another American woman and her recently abducted young child more…

Freedom rising

by Henry Lamb -- With all the anti-war protests filling TV screens across the country, it would be easy to conclude that America, and the freedom it symbolizes, is a relic of more…

Privateers and mercenaries

by Doug Casey -- Some say that I'm out of line in denigrating the Bushies' handling of the so-called War on Terror without proposing what actually should be done. Fair enough. It's more…

Where were Bush's critics during Kosovo?

by Larry Elder -- When President Bill Clinton used the military in Kosovo, his primary justification added up to one thing – humanitarian reasons. His supporters cheered him on, despite this illegitimate, more…

Down to the wire

by Hal Lindsey -- Beginning March 1, the rotating presidency of the Security Council passed from Germany to Guinea. Suddenly, the tiny nation of 7 million is in the driver's seat during more…

In the name of Allah?

by Craige McMillan -- Have Democrats forgotten 9-11? Those in the Washington state legislature have, because on Monday they invited Mohamad Joban, a Muslim cleric from Olympia to pray in the name more…

The battle for the courts

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The battle now being waged by the Senate Democrats against President Bush's nomination of Miguel Estrada to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia is more…