Bush, Nixon & LBJ

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Re-election year is shaping up as positively for George W. Bush as it did for LBJ in 1964 and Richard Nixon in 1972. Recall: Both LBJ and Nixon more…

'Hate Bush' rally: Hilarity from the unfunny

by Doug Powers -- The empty ideals, full wallets and stuffed egos came out in force at the Beverly Hills Hilton, recently, for a fund-raising and organizational meeting of the utmost importance. more…

Weed and feed

by Michael Ackley -- Editor's note: Michael Ackley's columns may include satire and parody based on current events, and thus mix fact with fiction. He assumes informed readers will be able to more…

U.N.: Yellowstone no longer
'in danger'

by Henry Lamb -- The World Heritage Committee has decided to remove its "in danger" designation from Yellowstone National Park. In a lengthy report, the committee "urges the State Party (the United more…

Democrats get religion

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Howard Dean is no longer the only Democrat presidential candidate for guys with Confederate flags in their pickup trucks, according to a recent article by CNN.com. Fortunately for more…

Leaving a broken America to our children

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Like most little girls, I fantasized about a big wedding as I was growing up. And in fact, I have been waiting for that day ever since. However, more…

First Amendment madness

by Kyle Williams -- When the Christmas season begins, the cultural and political assault on Christianity and its symbols usually steps up, and this year is no exception. From the barring of more…

Conquering secular 'Grinches'

by Jerry Falwell -- The anti-religion Grinches are out in full force this Christmas season. In fact, Christmas has become a dirty word in many areas of society as groups like the more…

U.S. threatening nuke treaty?

by Gordon Prather -- During the Cold War, we were understandably concerned that the Soviets might nuke 50 or 60 million of us in our jammies. Post-Cold War, there remains the concern more…

Pulitzer board votes in the dark

by Les Kinsolving -- Walter Duranty, the New York Times Moscow correspondent, was awarded the Pulitzer Prize in 1932 – despite being described by his fellow Soviet Union correspondent Malcolm Muggeridge as more…