N. Korea in U.S. sights

by Gordon Prather -- As a result of a referral made on Feb. 12 by the International Atomic Energy Agency, the U.N. Security Council will consider on Wednesday what steps it might more…

When pro-lifers get proactive

by Jerry Falwell -- This week in Virginia, we witnessed two momentous pro-life victories. The Virginia General Assembly passed legislation that will ban partial-birth abortion (SB 1205 and HB 1541) and require more…

Hollywood hot air

by Jon Dougherty -- Sheryl Crow likes to sport a "No War" T-shirt in public. Martin Sheen writes "peace" on a piece of duct tape and slaps it over his mouth. Robin more…

Obstructionist Democrats

by Thomas Jipping -- The U.S. Senate confirmed a controversial appeals court nominee on April Fool's Day. No fooling. No, it was not Miguel Estrada. After 669 days, though, the Senate voted more…

Libert?? Not in France

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Liberty is a concept long admired, much sought and seldom seen in history. What follows is a protester's dream of well-documented, insidiously oppressive and malevolent government actions so more…

Embed or in bed?

by Ellen Ratner -- Having spent several days as an embedded reporter aboard the USS Kitty Hawk, as well as having placed three other reporters in the field (two with the Marines more…

Fair and balanced?
Fire Geraldo!

by Bill Press -- It's one of the bloodiest battles of the war so far. And it doesn't even involve any American soldiers. It's the battle between MSNBC and FOX over Peter more…

Tools and toys

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: This article is the first in a new series by Russ McGuire, the online director of Business Reform Magazine. Each issue of Business Reform features practical more…

The ghosts of Mogadishu

by Joseph Farah -- Editor's note: Are you ready for the Second American Revolution? Joseph Farah's new book, "Taking America Back" exposes the weaknesses in America's current system and offers practical solutions more…

If liberals could edit history

by Michelle Malkin -- One of the things that drove me craziest when I lived in Seattle several years ago was the astounding ability of the city's politicians to suck the plain more…