Ariel Sharon's victory short lived?

by Jerry Falwell -- Every Evangelical Christian who loves Israel is celebrating the victory of Ariel Sharon as that nation’s new prime minister. By a landslide margin, Mr. Sharon defeated Ehud Barak more…

CIA Director Tenet's threat analysis

by Gordon Prather -- Director of Central Intelligence George Tenet -- who up until a few weeks ago was a member of then President Bill Clinton’s Cabinet -- has just testified before more…

Younger generation offended by tax cuts?

by Ruben Navarrette Jr. -- Congressional Democrats have predictably framed the debate over tax cuts as a class war between rich and poor. Actually, it is a tug-of-war between the young and old. more…

V is for vagina, violence and valentines

by Cynthia Grenier -- For the last millennium or so, Valentine's Day has honored romance and friendship with hearts and flowers and sweets. But, this year, American feminists have decided to put more…

Uniting America

by Alan Keyes -- President Bush’s spokesman caused a brief flurry this week when he mistakenly told reporters that White House office on "racial unity" established by Bill Clinton would be closed. more…

Strange political bedfellows no more

by Jon Dougherty -- On Thursday, The Washington Post published a story relating details of a "tense," "frank" and "blunt" meeting between Bill Clinton and Al Gore within days of the vice more…

Cutting our losses in the Middle East

by Alan W. Bock -- Some say the election of Ariel Sharon will require even heavier and more direct U.S. involvement in Israeli-Palestinian and Middle Eastern affairs. If anything, it should mean the more…

Bush's tax cut challenge: A historical view

by David Limbaugh -- One of my favorite economists, Larry Kudlow, writing for National Review Online, suggested that President Bush "is essentially governing under Ronald Reagan's policy agenda." I agree, but Kudlow more…