Has Bush staked his presidency on Abu Mazen?

by Michael Evans -- President Bush telephoned Mahmoud Abbas (Abu Mazen) on Friday, July 4, to thank him for his strong leadership, said the president's spokesman, Ari Fleisher. You've got to be more…

Cradle of vulnerability

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- They are tossing guerrilla fireworks out onto the street from the roof of the tacky nearby Philadelphia apartment building we call "The Tenement" all day July Fourth in more…

There's a foul 'pen' blowing

by Mychal Massie -- Flatulence generally refers to gases generated in the intestines or stomach and expulsed through that end of the posterior that graces a saddle. Unless you are Maureen Dowd more…

Fighting off sharks

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Warning: This is very personal. I've been on vacation for two weeks. This is the first year we decided not to visit some distant land and have poetic more…

Search for the impossible

by Neal Boortz -- The e-mail came last week from a friend, probably the best talk-radio consultant out there. "Who can hold their own in an argument with you?" he asked. Wiseacre more…

Iran's Armageddon option

by Joseph Farah -- Never has there been more urgency to topple the mullah regime in Iran. Yes, the world has known for a long time that Tehran is up to its more…

Mel Gibson's passion for 'The Passion'

by David Limbaugh -- How ironic that when a movie producer takes artistic license with historical events, he is lionized as artistic, creative and brilliant, but when another takes special care to more…

Bill Bennett and the charge of hypocrisy

by Dennis Prager -- The preoccupation with Bill Bennett's gambling has reaffirmed something I long ago realized: Only conservatives can be hypocrites. Can you think of one prominent liberal ever labeled a more…

Commit yourself to freedom!

by Rebecca Hagelin -- One recent fine spring morning as I started to leave for work, I found that the police had left little presents on both my husband's car and my more…

Bring what on?

by David Hackworth -- On May 1, George W. Bush landed in a military jet on the deck of the U.S.S. Abraham Lincoln with all the pomp and ceremony of Caesar returning more…