With friends like Pakistan ...

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON – What a relief to know we have Pakistan to help us fight terrorism. Since its "reform-minded" president, Gen. Pervez Musharraf, agreed to "crack down" on Pakistani more…

What's wrong with the press?

by Joseph Farah -- I don't do this very often. I don't like to criticize the establishment press. It's just too easy. It's like shooting fish in a barrel. I prefer bigger more…

The everlasting hatred

by Hal Lindsey -- As more details emerge surrounding the murder of Wall Street Journal reporter Danny Pearl, it seems increasingly likely that the object of the kidnapping wasn't demands or ransom more…

A new racist strategy

by Walter Williams -- In 1996, California's voters passed Proposition 209, which outlawed racial quotas for college admission. That didn't mean the end of the quest for racial quotas and the euphemisms more…

Who was Daniel Pearl?

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- When I worked for the mainstream media, rumor had it that an editor of mine had once been a "CIA asset" in the Middle East. Though that was more…

How the State confiscates rights

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Sept. 11 came crashing in on me (Tal Brooke) at the halfway point of a round-trip airline journey from the West Coast to the East Coast. Before the more…

Drill ANWR!

by Henry Lamb -- Daschle is doing the deed the Dems demonized the Republicans for doing to them: using procedure to prevent a vote on an issue for which passage is assured. more…

Decade of self-deception

by Hugh Hewitt -- As we approach the six-month anniversary of the attack on America, some inescapable truths are becoming not merely clear, but actually incandescent. One of these central truths is more…

Ghost soldiers + lies = body bags

by David Hackworth -- Saddam Hussein is burrowing deeper into his bunker. He's gotten the word that the Yanks are coming to terminate him – and his two even-crazier sons – before more…

More ad hominem

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Once again, a spokesman from something called the "Declaration Foundation," David Quackenbush, has chosen personal insult and ad hominem arguments in response to my comments on Lincoln. He more…