One for the Supreme Court!

by Ellen Ratner -- It's been the kind of week for gay people that the Emancipation Proclamation was for African-Americans and the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution, which gave women more…

A lesson in constitutional law

by Joseph Farah -- Section 1. All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the state wherein more…

Supreme post-morality

by Vox Day -- Homosexuality has always been, to some extent, an Apollonian death cult. As safe-sex advocates learned to their despair, flirting with destruction is a fundamental aspect of the homosexual more…

What Ann Coulter really thinks

by Joe Kovacs -- If you've never heard of Ann Coulter, a good hint at understanding her philosophy can be summed up in her response to a question on national television this more…

Liberals without a leader

by Kyle Williams -- At this point in history, one could look at the Democratic Party as a ship, having lost its rudder and its captain, floating wherever the tide takes it. more…

In defense of Hans Blix

by Gordon Prather -- Hope you watched Hans Blix on TV this week, either being interviewed by Charlie Rose or on C-SPAN. You need to hear what Blix says with your own more…

Common sense drowning out green screamers

by Henry Lamb -- It appears that the political pendulum may have reached its extreme-left maximum during the Clinton-Gore era, which was administered primarily by environmental extremists. The consequences of far-left policies more…

Did Harry Potter take
Mark of the Beast?

by Vox Day -- Many sincere Christian organizations, like Focus on the Family, have been quick to condemn Potter, then proudly point readers to "The Chronicles of Narnia." And that's great, except more…